Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 15, 1931
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TVvi i 13 EIGHT KOSStffH BUSINESS DIRECTORY KOSSCTH COUNTY ADVANCE Weekly Newspaper Founded In 1901 Entered as Second-Class Matter December 31, 1908, at the Postoffic* at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS W. B. Quarton H. W. Millet QUAR.TON & MILLER Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 314 Algona, Iowa. • a. ___— J. L. HONAll Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa SULLIVAN, McMAHON ft LINNAN J.. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law Phones: Office, 261; J. W. S., 309; 8. E. Me, 403. Algona, Iowa HARRINGTON & DICKINSON T. P. Harrington L. J. Dickinson Attorneys-at-Law Phones: Office, 287; T. P. H., 440 E. J. VAN NESS G. W. STILLMAJi Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 213-W. Algona, Iowa O. D. Shumway E. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Office In Quinby Block. Phone 58. Algona, Iowa L. A. WINKEL Attorncy-at-Law Office in Quinby Building. Phone 180. DOCTORS KENEFICK & CRAWFORD LUTHERANS AT SWEA CITY IN ANNUAL MEET Swea City, Jan. 13—The annual business meeting of the Immnnuel Lutheran church was held last week Tuesday. The pastor's report revealed a gain of 24 confirmed members during the year. Sammle Larson was elected secretary; other officers elected are: deacons, three years, to succeed P. A. Holcomb and Algot Swanson; J. H. Holcomb and J. P. Peterson, trustees three years, to succeed C. O. Peterson and O. L. Thoreson; Ole Kvamsdale and Andrew Larson. Mrs. Raymond Swanson was elected organist; A. B. Tweeten, choir leader. Auditors for the coming year are Lloyd Anderson, Buell Johnson, and Mr. Tweeten. Rudolph Peterson Is head usher. The Rev. R. C. Swanson was elected superintendent, P. A. Holcomb, assistant superintendent, of the Sunday school. The following delegates were elected: to conference meetln; P. A. Holcomb, delegate, Jacob Peterson, alternate; to district meeting at Sioux City January 26-27; Ole Roalson, delegate, Emll O'Green, alternate. M. J. Kenefick R. H. Crawford Physicians and Surgeons. Offices: Algona Hospital; phone 30(1 Residence Phones: Kenefick, 57. Crawford, 116 C. H. CBETZJtEYER ; Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbraith Block. Phones: Office 310, res. 444, Algona WALTER PRASER, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg., Room 14 Phone No. 12. DR. W. I). ANDREWS Ostcopathlc Physician and Surgeon Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat— X-ray. Office over Hub Recreation Parlor Phones: Office, 1S7; residence, 688 DR. P. E. WALLET Ostcopathlc Physician. Rectal diseases and confinement cases. Office phone 7!). Residence 211. Over Zender & Caldwell Store. ALGONA, IOWA V. V. JAXSE, 51. D. Physician and Surgeon. Office on South Dodge Street. Phones: Office, GGO; residence, 368 Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DP.. A. D. ADAMS Dentist Office in First National Bank Bldg Phones: Office, 20; res., 25-W. DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist. • Located over Chrlstensen Store Phones: Business 166, Residence 47C Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Located in former Dr. W. B. Kaln office, over Christensen Bros, store Phone 133. CHIROPRACTORS DR. R. J. THISSEN Palmer Graduate Chiropractor Thirteen year's successful practice Office over State's Cafe. VETERINARY Price Talks on HOB Cholera— The local Smith-Hughes argicul- tural night school resumed activities last week Monday night, following the holiday vacation. Eighty men and 35 women attended and the men heard a talk by Dr. J. O. F. Price, federal hog cholera inspector who maintains headquarters at Algona. The doctor was piled with questions concerning swine diseases, and he answered every question satisfactorily, the men agreeing afterwards that this had been a most worthwhile meeting. In the absence of Helen Preston, local domestic science teacher who had heretofore conducted the women's meetings, Mrs. J. H. Warner took charge. The subject was, using left-over foods, jind many good recipes were exchanged. Miss Preston had prepared iart of the program, and Mrs. Warner capably filled other parts. Three dishes had 'been prepared from left- ivers, and the women were given a chance to taste them. The subject t the next women's meeting will be salads. E. L. Quaife, of the Ames Extension department, will conduct the next men's meeting and discuss he feeding of hogs, particularly a combination of feeds for market logs. BANCROFT WILL ENTERTAIN AT BAPTIST RALLY Bancroft, Jan. 13—The local Baptist church will entertain the 16 churches of the Northern association at their Mid-Year Rally Thursday. A worth-while program 1ms been arranged, which should Interest everyone, The speakers for the day are the Rev. Chas. A. Wells, a Baptist minister In California; Enid Johnson missionary In South China; the Rev. Frank Anderson, executive secretary; and the Rev J. P. Catlln, field worker. The Rev. Mr. Wells although still a young man, has had a colorful career successively as a newspaper sport cartoonist, an editorial artist, a foreign correspondent, and a writer. He has .traveled extensively throughout foreign countries which include the main missionary enterprises of the church. He has also adapted the power of cartoon portrayal to his platform work, which makes his presentations exceptionally Interesting. A large delegation (s expected from all the churches. The local Aid will serve both dinner and supper. H. S. Quints Defoiit 1. H.— The Bancroft high school won a double-header from Lone Rock Friday night. In the girls' game, the outcome looked doubtful at the half, with Lone Rock leading 10-4. Licll- liter failed to find the basket in the first half and was placed at side center during the last half with Godfredsen at forward. It was anyone's game till the last two minutes, when Godfrcdsen did some sensational shooting, making three' baskets in as many attempts. The final score was: Bancroft 22, Lone Rock 16. The boys put up their best game of the year, which proved to be too one-sided to be interesting. This was their first victory and was made by the decisive score of 35-7. 1. W. FOX Veterinarian West State Street, Algona. Phones: Office 475-W., res. 475-R Now Bonks at the Library— Several now books have been ad- Jed to the town Library: Swift Eagle of the Uio Grande; For the Honor >f Tier School; Understood Betsy; Joy Explorers; Cease Firing; No- Kicly'H Girl; Peasant and Prince; iCminnline; Giants in the Earth; Silver Slippers; All Quiet on the Western Front; Early Candlelight; Tile Rim of .the Prairie; Mirthful l-Iavon; Ladybird: Doctor Seroceld; Glonna; A Boy Scout With Byrd; mil Angle Pavement. Some of the nooks were presented to the library ny the Thursday club. Considerable opposition was expressed against "All Quiet on the Western Front" hut after it was announced that the hook was in the Des Motnes public library it was decided to let it remain on the local shelf. At the last eeting of the library board Mrs. Anna Larson was elected to take the place of Mrs. Paul Larson, secretary, who resigned. More Paving is Talked— Engineer L. A. Winter, of the Buell Engineering company, Sioux City, stopped here one day last week as lie was going home from Buffalo Center, where there are prospects of town paving. He offered to prepare a schedule of approximate assessments for paving residence streets here, and the offer was accepted. The schedule will call for 27-ft. paving on the following blocks: beginning at the B. F. Rhodes corner, thence south to the ,T. M. Dye resilience; beginning at the school building, thence east four $!t»0 Raised for Kid Band— In this column last week was an item telling of a subscription which was to be taken among the business men to get the kid band reorganized. The committee in charge, Arthur Murray, Frank Recker, and Jos. Welp, solicited last Thursday morn- Ing and received $350, but all the business men had not yet been Interviewed at tfiat time. Student Xursn Tiri'iiks Hone— Leone Kramer returned" to Sioux City last Thursday to complete her -second year of nurse's- troini'ng. She recently broke a 1 small' bone In her ankle, and will bo* unable to- do floor work, although she can attend; classes. Advance, January W> Years Ago Anna Altwcgg presented the Methodist church with a new clock which was to be installed In the auditorium. The Rev. F. C. Taylor was pastor. t T T The Corn Belt Poultry Association fair and exhibit, which was being held at Algona In the Armory that year, was smaller In number of exhibits, but the quality of the exhibits were better than usual. There were 260 birds on exhibit. t t t Algona's debaters, Milton Norton Willis Bradley, and Chester Schoby won two-to-one In o. debate with Belmond. The question that year was a national Income tax, with an Income of $5,000 exempt, and . Algona had the. negative. t t t Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chrlsclilllcs left for a two months tour of Bur- ope, Including Maderla, Cadiz, Gibraltar, Algiers, Genoa, Syracuse Malta, Port Said, Jaffa, Smyrna Constantinople, Messina and Naples. From the latter point they were to go to Germany, and there visit relatives. This was the thin trip abroad for Mr. Chrlschilles, and the fourth trip for Mrs. Chrlschllles On one of the side trips they were to visit Assouan, far up the Nile river, where ex-President ftposevelt had returned to civilization from the African wild*. . t t t C, I. Mansmltli planned a garage :it Burt. t t t . Leo 1 Duller, now secretary of the SpenceV Commercial club fimT the well-advertised Clay eownty fair, was proiwoted to foreman of the Upper Public Itti ^ Th,, advertUemen, fe tended•£££,-ho {£±f^^^lff-3S±^S* * tin they need ... When you are ready, fill out this form and take it to your printer. Form for Sale Bill and Advertisement l-It is customary to start out with some reason for holding the 'sale, such as "As I am about to quit farming and move to town." Give your reason here: _ ___•___—• — — — — -•— — — «- — — — —•—"•"• —— — «™ .— — ••» ™ — — — •—«•• •*"• 2-Give the distance from such towns as you want to mention to your farm (Do not say "Five mile, I northwest of Algona"—say, "Four miles west and one mile north of Algona ).„_.__ __ Moines-RepuMiean that week succe'eVKng Joe Ford'.- t t t Mr. and Sir*, L. A. Stacy •purchased a movie th'eater at St.- .Tames,. Minn., and E. G. Fargo, opwatlnig: the Magic, went to St. James wi'tlV them to teach them the business.. dipt. t t t and Mrs. W. H. Titglianr Appendicitis Valient Improv-mi?— Harold, four-year-Mtf son- of 3-tr. and Mrs. Ted' Klein-, is i'm-proving: nicely after his- operation for appendicitis last week KatimTay; and' the nurse, Miss- Keller,, returned' to her home near Ledyard" Saturday.. Three Driving' Now Cars— Three new cars were sold' during the past week. Harry Cutler- purchased a Ford town sedan, Cecil Robinson a Ford' coupe, and 1 Sylvester Robinson, a Chevrolet sport roadster. BUILDING CONTRACTORS II. R. COWAN General Contractor. Estimates Furnished. Phones: Business, (J39-.J; res., 89 Droessler Putting Ice Tip'— A. A. Droessler is employing a crew of 15 men, who- will' start putting up ice Tuesday. They will fill two ice houses with' ice taken-, from the sand pit east of town.. To Reorganize Kid' Rand"— Mr. Timmel, director of the Burt "kid band," was in town- Saturday making arrangements- for 1 reorganizing the band here; C!«s Dealers Declare Fcace— The gas war in Bancroft was ended last week Tuesday morning when the price was raised' to I7'%e-.. Lions Quint Beats Thompson— The Bancroft Lions defeated: the MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WORKS Machinists and Welders. Service stock on Piston Rings, Pint and Bearings. West ot Courthouse. Phone 652 PRODUCE SWIFT & COMPANY Cash Buyers. Poultry, Eggs, and Hides. Matt Lamuth, Mgr. Phone 264. INSURANCE blocks to the town park, thence north one block to No. 9; beginning Thompson Independents 2T-14 last at the creamery corner, thence south week Tuesday evening 1 , tn the Sperbeck residence; beginning at the R. A. Bravender real- OtllCr Bancroft donee, thence east three blocks to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schemmel and the county road. As soon as the Henry Guide left last week Wednes- as.si-sMtnent schedule is received the j day morning for Des Moines, where erald will publish it. Dealers' convention and Mrs Local Quints Win Victories— Sehemmel visited the Joe Deaklns Swea City teams won the long end They returned Thursday, of the scores at basketball all last Mra _ j o ) ln Adams and her two eek. The high school team won daughters returned from Kansas ... Alguim, 1S-14, Friday night at city last Thursday after three Igoim. Last Thursday the Cardi- We ei 5s w jth their daughter and sis played Lake Mills at Lake te]% Mrs Bess i e Brown. ills, winning 40-20, and Sunday H R Janvrin, Webster City, vis ley played the House of David llcd Bancroft frie'nds Friday. Ml uinlct at Ceylon, 'again winning, .janvrin is the Chicago & North The Cardinals are scheduled L vestern agent there, but was for play New Ulm at New Him this me ,. ly ol Bancroft. ec>k 'Wednesday night, and Satur- Ml '^. N j gcliilt/. entertained a ay night they will play a Diamond tnree tables at bridge last Thur.s iroad company team at Miuson City. j :iy afternoon. Mrs. A. H. Puch 'he Cardinals are unbeaten .so far won nl(;h sl , ure ana Ml . s ji nv slier had gone to Florida 1 for the 1 winter 1 ,but en route contrasted badl coftls-,- delaying them. • t + + A ton per cent dlvlil'enil 1 was dcr- clared by the Algona Brick and' Tile- works. The annual meeting wasr- held and all officers w«re re-elected 1 ,, .•incl Manager Madson was'- chosen: again as manager at an'. Increase' 1 ihi salary- t t t An editorial paragraph said- there nras ten inches of snow omtlie level! t t t C. H. lliitchlns was appointed to tern committees In the house by Speaker Paul Stillman. My. 1 . Hutch 1 ins was elected in Kossutlv after a' bitter scrap on drainage, in' which 1 it was claimed that his knowledge as-, a drainage engineer would" Be-of value in the legislature. It gratifying to Mr. Hutchins and' to Ill's; followers that he was appointed to' the drainage committee. He" was made chairman of the committee'on woman suffrage, and a member of" the- ways and means, banking;, road's, insurance, military, constitu 1 - tfonnl amendment, and judicial" and: senatorial districting committees;. t t t August, Ziiltlten celebrated his 94'th birthday anniversary th'at week, and was the subject of a 1 large number of congratulatory-postal cards. A feature of the celebration .was a huge birthday cake; which- bore 94 candles. Mr. Zahlteri was a member of the border brigade at built Port Defiance at Esther- lie, the stockade at Algona, and rnfehed the protection deemed ecessary for the pioneers from the dlans. t t t Hurry Wilson predicted that there ould be a shortage of automobiles- KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $15,000,000 worth of insurance In force. A home company. Safe secure. J. O. Paxson, Secretary THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. R. La llurru Al Falkenhalne Reliable Ins. Service Phone 5o. City Property Loans. Farm Loan Insurance. Real Estate. CUNNINGHAM & LACY 107 W. State St. Algona, lowo JOE GKEENBERG New and used Auto Parts Tires and Accessories. Hides, Fur and Wool. Algona, Iowa. his season. .iilhcran Church Officials Named— church dan, cut prize. Amorita KchiltH, who recent completed a commercial course, wt The Bethlehem Lutheran ,.,„.,.., icld its annual meeting last week ' • ,.•„,. ml elected officers: the Rev. T. «• f, ' .,,,,1 Siindi-no, president; Ben Cassem,' ' ul ' ' Uoal Roaltion, sec- Jenks u Mr, and Mrs. Boyd Tieden parents of a boy born last Wednesday. This IB their child. Robert Boyer left Friday for Ca wee fir vice pi-fsidunl; -etary; P. J. Ooady, treasurer. Three ruslees were named: Ed Bergeson, Mr. 1'assom, S. O. Holm; also three deacons: 11. O. Iverson, Erlck Knut- Mr. Hoalson. The ushers are Henry Hagon, Vital Eric-kson; Sun- ( day school superintendent, H. O. I iversun. de, where he will spend six wee with his sister, Mrs. Henry Saddler. Jacob Wolfe returned home Sat- [ Britt, Algona, and Corwith. Kosguth County State Bank The Woman's Foreign Mission so- Kiirin Kureau 1'rograms Adopted— I ciety was entertained at Mrs. E. A. Representatives of the Swea, liar- Howe's Friday afternoon, risiin. Eagle. Ledyard, Lincoln, and Michael Austemeier left lost Ramsey Farm Bureaus met at the Thursday to spend several weeks local Legion hall Friday afternoon visiting at Lincoln, Neb. to plan 1931 programs for both the Margaret Miller was sick and un- mcn and women. County Agent able to attend to her duties at the Morrison was in attendance; -.xleo bakery Monday. a Mr. Stacy, of Ames, state program | The J. H. Helinskys spent the spet-ialist. 1911. Statements from most of le factories said orders for the- en- re output for the year had already een booked. He had received re- uests for SS pamphlets describing ars. Mr. Wilson was expecting lipments of the popular cars, Flan- ei-s, Chalmers-Detroit, E. M'. P 1 .,. Overland, and Buick that week. t t T Judge Quarton had been invited' to ccompsiny a dairy association spec- il train boosting dairying on- a- trip- hrough the state. The train was o make a stop at Algona. Mr. Quarn was to spend a few days- with he train. t t t Pavlnif for Algona's main street vas again suggested in an editorial paragraph in the Advance. In 1910 laving was discussed, but was postponed till 1911. i 4 i The grand jury list for 1911 included A.' E. Hovey, Eagle township, father of present Sheriff L. E. Hovey. Supervisor W. E. McDonald was also on the panel. t t t Jack Cowans, rural mail carrier out of Titonka, had a. coke burner in his sleigh. On one trip the burner set fire to the robes and sleigh. t t t Quarton and Senator Geo W. Patterson were speakers at the Winnebago county farmers institute. The latter was dairy expert for the North Iowa Creamery association. t t t Win Brayton was harvesting ice at Bancroft. The cold weather, com ing suddenly, had frozen the wate cleanly, and the ice was clear and week-end at Minneapolis. free from slush. t t t W. E. McDonald was traveling OFFICERS Jos. W. Wodsworth, Chairman of the Board. H. E. Rlst, President. T. H. Wadsworth, G. S. Buchanan, Vice Presidents. J. S. Auner, Cashier. B. J. McEvoy, L. C. Reding, B. A. Schemel, Assistant Cashiers. Directors J. W. Wadsworth T. H. Wadswortb ((lulling Party is Planned— | last week. This week Wednesday afternoon, at the Legion hall, a quilting party will be held, a call having recently come for more quilts for destitute families of Legionnaires. All local Auxiliary members are asked to Mayer & Guide sold three tractors SIX APPLICANTS SEEKING HUMBOLDT POSTMASTERSHIP H. E. Rist H. J. Bode J. 8. Auner G. S. B. J. Van Ness "Oldest Bank In KossutU Ooqnfar* take wool or cotton quilting pieces to the meeting. Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Eckholm and Mr. and Mrs. D.-W. Fultz returned last Thursday from Des Moines, where they attended a state Implement dealers convention. During their absence J. L. Vaux had charge of the local Implement shop. Humboldt, Jan. 13—Congressman Dickinson is up against an embarrassing situation with reference to the local postmastershlp. Frank Jaqua., editor of both papers here, is the present postmaster, and among candidates are J. H. Devine, John Cunningham, ex-Sheriff Han sen, a Mr. Stanhope, and Margaret Prebblei Editor Jaqua, has for years been a strong supporter of Mr Dickinson- over the county advertising the ap- iroaching farmers' short course. H. Avmstrpng, of Titonka, was the big booster for that territory. t t t Heaton's dairy column in the Advance explained that farmers were not holding back grain because they did not wish to sell, tout , because corn was selling at 30 to 36 cents, and oats at 2£> cents. t t t A new time card for the Iowa Central was to become effective here. The Algona train was to go through to Marshalltown. Prom Algona. to Hamptpn It was a local, and from there on was a "through" train. 3—Give day and date of sale ,__— - 4—Give hour when sale is to begin ; ~—' 5_What about lunch, if any?_— — —.-—--, 6—How many horses?—-^ Describe each animal, with weight and age, and if you have any outstanding horses or teams give particulars — 7__Ho\v many cattle? Describe them, and be sure to give particulars about bulls, dairy co\vs,l purebred or good grade beef cattle, etc. Play up the merits of your stuff. The fellow ten miles away] will know only what you tell him in your bill and ad. 8—How many hogs?: Do as you did with the cattle. Tell everything you would want to knowl yourself if you were looking for hogs and saw a bill or ad of a man ten miles away who was going to| close out. Let the printer sweat if yours is a long bill—the price will be the same anyhow 9—Sheep; mules, or other stock ?_ :10—Chickens, ducks, geese, etc.?_. 11—Which do you want to come first—horses, cattle, or hogs?___ •12—Farm machinery. Give make and conditpin. Make a complete list. In these automobile days a| grindstone may fetch a buyer ten miles away_ = 13—rMiscellaneous 14— See your banker, get the terms, and set them out here. How many months? 15— How many bills do you want? (The usual number is 100) ___ 16— How large an ad do you want? (The usual size is one-fourth page) __ ' the aT B yif is considerably cheaper, but your bin wm be recommended for eales where considerable property is to than ?"?* WUS * r ° m the Same tyP ^' *' *"* tftto arrangement * 17 — Your name 18— Auctioneer o 19— Clerk Remember that from the north line of Fenton, Burt, Portland and Buffalo sale la well advertise unless It is advertised in the Advance Even « y™ % your advertisement is run in the Advance. Your local pa^er as a ?u e c?r^ula? the Advance circulates thrpughput the county and goes into practic^y In these days of the automobile farmers think nothing of ^^Ungln to tance will often pay many time? the expense of an adyerSent in the * „. t °, the Wtt line of tl» *** £ n ** to * local sb °P' 9W *° ?v Ues Irom yow *^#«S «***• **?* SOUtl » 16 ***M» $ the V W ^' ^ m9 bw * fc ° m Clip fhi. adyertI 8 e W t ft »d put it where you cau a* Jt w»e B you „* ready t» PE ep« §

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