Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1931 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1931
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A,DVANCB. . better after girls operators n»* be controlled consent they were A telephone c Kg !m usually meant tumult «nd I!Si™ minute* waiting^ with «,lt«K««.««nce of seconds. The qualities are its , . .,„ Today in the hundreds of jx- shuul i nB ir which weare together the h of farm andjowrr and Near a switchboard, you •«ue something of unerring Iwed . . . ««<* « irl al har P° Ln. -in the larger offices luck of each group a supervisor i line officer of the telephone talons . . . alert, keenly watchful t»«M that no operator is over]M<y with calls, none idle ... teeing that the cords are- handled without confusion, calls answered , within a few seconds. •--... , Each operator, each super- rfsor, feels that hers ia the re-i ipowibility for "getting the mes- uge through" ... for making Uicn connection M accurately, courteously and promptly as i* humanly possible. ffot/s wen failures as Teltphone Operators Our Policy: The moil telephone service and the belt at the leait cost to the public. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY i fht Northwcitern Boll Telephone Company, which operato§ In tlie qrutei of " Im, Minnesota, Nelirailzi, North and South Dafita. it an As* oclated Ciapu? *f tho Bell Syitem. It oWnt and operate* more than 050,000 ' lefopbcaei. !<• llnei connect with more than 900,000 telephone* of other corapinlea In thcio fiv« ataicf and with nearly 30,000,000 otheri throughout tho United Slate, and la (orcifB cvutxlM. It employ* more than 12,000 \ BCD and women. . , SERVICES HELD AT BURT FOR JAS.AJOSTER Burt, .inn. 20—Funeral services tor .low. A. Foster were held at the Methodist church last Thursday afternoon, the Rev. ,i. R. C n tton „„,. elating. Hurl,,! was made in the Burt ccmotery. Mr. Foster was born March 31, '•in, In Jackson county, Ind. He came to Iowa In 1881. He was married twice. To the trial mar- fin go seven children were born, all of whom survive: Lowell, Charles City; Mrs. Bertha Bliss, Corning S D.; Walter, Oscar, Victor. Mabel, near Waterloo; and Edith, Orton- vlllc. Minn. His second marriage was to Mrs. Mary SchlCfer, and tho following step-children survive: Mrs. H. E. demons, Spencer; Mrs. Hoy Madison, Paulllna; Herman and Frank Schltfer, Madison, WIs. Among relatives attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foster, Victor and Mabel Foster; Frank Schltfer; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. demons, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Madison; a brother, Charles Foster, Eagle Grove; and a sister from Lu Verne. Services at the grave were in charge ot Kossuth Lodge No. 540 A. F. & A. M., of which he was a member. Woman's Club Meets Monday— The Woman's club met 'Monday evening with Mrs. M. L. Vlnaas and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel. The program dealt with early and modern education In Latin America: roll call, words commonly mispronounced; Outstanding Institutions of Higher Learning, Mrs. R. E. Tlmmel; Education of Women in Latin Amerca, Mrs. M. L. Vlnaae; Books and Libraries, Mrs. William Vogel; Review of Thornton Wllder's Bridge of San Luis Rey, Mrs. O. H. Graham. Walter Sorensons to Town— Walter Sorenson, who has farmed the George Koestler farm the past year, recently sold out to Mr. Koestler, and Saturday moved in with Mrs. Sorenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .E. C. Blerstedt. Mr. Sorenson has Buffered from rheumatism for several months, and was obliged to give up farming. He has not yet decided what he will do. Iver Nor- dln will farm the Koestler farm. PAQB rnra Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt Returns (Call the Cook- On every morning, especially cold ones, call the Friendly Cook early or late and > ask about the Hoi Pancakes made from the Oldfashioned Pure Buckwheat Flour. A stack of them goes nicely with Maple Syrup from . - t .. ^5>M" • ', - ' - "^ '- J • • Maine or Pure Sorghum from Minnesota, and then top your breakfast of f with a cup of real good, piping hot coffee, which means the "Pure Quill", sold only at- AKRE'S [Step in at 113 So. Dodge Street. Ifnones 290-291 Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, widow of the former President, as she returned to New York from Porto Rico where she had been visiting her son, Governor Roosevelt. She attended memorial services In Oyster Bay on the twelfth "anniversary of her husband's death, and received a large group of "pilgrims" who made their annual visit to the colonel's tomb. Twenty Years Ago Advance, January 26, 1911. Farm Bureau Women Meet— Burt Farm Bureau women met with Mrs. W. A. Peters last week Wednesday, and Mrs. Carl Bahllng read a sketch on The Farmer, while) Mra. AV. A. Peters gave a talk on Alexander Legge. Barber Shop is Moved— John Gerhurds has moved his barber shop to the new location under Dr. ,T. G. Clapsaddle's offices in the old F. X. bank building. The room has been made Into a fine place for a shop. Visiting L,n ( l Critically Sick— Loren, email son, of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hyatt, Julesburg, Colo.', visiting at H. G. A. Sewlck's, has been critically sick with pneumonia, but is some better. |THE " I-I'UBPOSE FLOVK Tlle ' sm f Coo«h Dealer Near You °a* of tbt Advwce't 3,000 L* f» Circle Has Banquet Tonight— The U and I Circle postponed its banquet, which was to have been held last Thursday, and will have.it this week Thursday at Mrs. J. H. chroeder's. Daughter for Stanley Blacks— A daughter, Dolores, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black at the home of Mrs. Black's parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Schrader, Sunday evening. Aid Dates Sociable-Lunch— The Aid will have a sociable and a loc lunch at the church this week Friday evening. Serving begins at 6. Legionaircs Plan Dane*— The Legion post will have \ masquerade dance at the Legion hall this week Thursday evening. Other Burt News. Riley Hall left Monday evening for his home at El Paso, 111., after a few djiys at the Hawcott homes. He came to attend the funeral of Thomas Hawcott. Mr. Hall is an old friend of the Hawcotts. Mrs. F. L. Ryerson and her son Kent returned last week Wednesday from Osage, where they visited the former's parents, Mrs. Ryerson's father, Le Roy McWhorter, brought them home. The F. O. and O. G. Stows were Sunday guests at the Charles Phelps lome, near Titbnka. It wae a birthday celebration for Clarence Moore, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs, Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Stow have left Lakefleld, Minn., and are now at O. G. Stow's.' Orvllle is agent for :he Wear-Ever Aluminum Co., and ms Kossuth for his territory. The L. W. Olsons are moving to a farm near'Humboldt. Mr. Olson was field man for the Mason City Beet Co., but has decided to farm. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Trainer, Sparta, Wis., spent the week-end with ilr. Trainer's parents, Mr. ; and Mrs. W. T. Trainer. The Charles Larsens and Josie Dittmer were Sunday dinner guests at the John Dittmer's, Algona. The Birthday Circle will meet this week Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Wm. A. Ladendorff's. John Gettman, Whlttemore, is moving into the house left vacant ir J. A. Foster's death. The A. N. Jensens spent Sunday with Mr. Jensen's sister, Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Graettlnger. C O. Bailey, working in a closed bank at Inwood, spent the week-end here with his family.. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Graham, Titonka, were dinner guests Friday at j. H. Graham's. The Burt Gleaners will hold a bake sale at the Smith store Saturday afternoon. Senator Geo. W. Patterson spent the week-end with his family. ' Luclle Sewlck has been confined to her bed with the "flu." DEFECTIVE CHIMNEY SETS * HOUSUTjURT ON FIRE Burt, Jan. 20—The G. Bunkofske house in south Burt was badly damaged by fire last week Wednesday evening. The fire is supposed tp have originated from a The fire department _ was A. R. Corey became acting secretary of the Iowa state fair. He had been an assistant secretary for <a couple of years at that time. John C. Simpson, who had been secretary, resigned, and Mr. Corey, who ie a brother of Fred Corey, Algona, was appointed by the board to take charge till a successor to Mr. Simpson could be secured. Mr. Corey is at present and. for many years has been secretary of Che state fair. ttt Hcrt Hall, Ledyard, received $126 for 16 mink, 32 skunk, two weasel and four civil pelts. ttt Kilo Foarch, one-time Algona, and Bancroft printer, found that a libel suit that he thought disposed of in a preceding term had been reinstated by Alderman E.* G. Bowyer, and that he was defendant facing payment of $2,000 damages. Mr. Poarch had run a story in the Bancroft Register when he was editing it concerning Mr. Bowyer, and the latter claimed that the story had ruined his chances of securing the nomination for sheriff. ttt Harry Wright, who had been deputy county treasurer till that month, went to Goldfield, where he became bookkeeper in the Citizens State bank. . .••.• v. 111 '".'•. : The John Deere implement company had taken over, the Frank Nicoulin dray as a part of its equipment, and Mr. Nicoulin had received a large circular advertising his drays, which were manufactured'in his Algona shops. ' '• . ' "•- t t T W. A. Ladendorff, who had -been deputy sheriff, was hired by Harry Wilson as office manager of the Algona Auto & Machinery Co., .thus permitting Mr. Wilson to spend more time on the road selling cars, t t T Hilda Sloe, Germanla, brought sui against a threshing crew for injur ies received when the wagon in which she was riding was ditche< after hitting a bridge broken by the threshing rig. She , aeked $5,000 The threshing rig broke down the wooden supports on a large culvert and when driving by later the Moe horse fell into the hole. < '•ttt Algona and Cherokee high schoo debating teams were to discuss thi proposed Federal income tax at i debate in Algona. ttt A.want advertisement f In the Dei Moinefe Register offered the North Kossuth* Record, G«rmania, for sale Thave's Bros., had been..editing the paper. '• . : : ' ttt' . A Milwaukee freight train killed four horses pwned by Herman Kutschara, Sexton. , ' ft*.,, Germanla'g arteplan; well qui.1 flowing, and the town was without water till the pipe had been lowered some distance. The latter part of 1910 had been exceedingly dry, and wells all over the county were drying up as,the water level lowered during the winter, ttt Eagle township residents petitioned the postoffice; department to. es- abllsh a rural route through the .ownshlp from Swea City. The town lad two rural routes, tout neither went that far north, t t t H. R. Clement, Dee Molnes, had bought the Fenton Reporter, succeeding Editor Bilsborough, who was to move back to his farm, t t t A railroad from Fairmont to Al- ;ona via Armstrong, was a 1911 prediction of the Armstrong Journal. A railroad running from Algona was built on paper nearly every year, the proposed route varying each time. One year it was to go north via Titonka to Minnesota, and the next year it would be clear over on the other side of the county proceeding toward Estherville. . t t t The Abncr Longs were parents of a girl. 't t t Mrs. George Hackman and Mrs. A. A. Beane headed groups of the Presbyterian church in a contest to raise money for the new parsonage, for which a basement had already been started- t t t A seml-liiimoroiis complaint from Springfield and Hebron township residents said that the dry weather had shrunk the boards in their houses so much that wide cracks were opened to the cold winds, and that they could not keep their houses warm. t t t Tho Advance editorially suggested that the Commercial' club invest! 1 gate the advisability of paving State' street. .. - • . t t t ! ' ' '. • The poultry show was not as wel attended as usual because of severe cold and a heavy snow during the week. There were 250 birds on exhibition. "•"t t t •.'•''' A Wesley town lot was to be offered for sale- by the county. A school loan had been made in 1893 and the mortgage securing'the note had to be foreclosed, by the .county in 1899, T.he county took'-the lot but had never been successful in selling it at private bid, so a public auction was to be held. ' ttt B. F. Walker, ,Ames student who worked for County Engineer E. E Paine completed a drainage map o Kossuth county, showing all drains then laid out in the county. Th county paid $50 for two of the maps upon Walker's agreement to make them, and he was selling others to pay for the cost of two months work here. ttt Fred Anderson,- newly •/ elected county treasurer, was the subject o a farewell reception at the Metho dlst parsonage at Wesley. As surprise gift the Andersons were presented with a rocking chair. Mr Anderson had lived at Wesley for 3 years before moving to Algona. •ttt, Editor and Mrs. J. W. Shearer and their' daughter Mary entertain ed at the M. W. A. hall in honor o: the Shearer's 31st wedding annl versary. Laura Chubb eang a solo Mrs, Dennis Goeders gave a reci tio,n, and a dance Was given by Di'cie Beane Maroa Keith, Edna Sorensen, Elinor Norton, Helen Falkenhalner, Katherine Shearer and Ruby Potter. Evelyn Cady and Fernley Nicoulln played a violin duet, and the Algona'harp orchestra played. . . ' . AUXILIARY AT LONE ROCK TO SEI1POPPIES Lone Rock, Jan. 20—The Legion Auxiliary held Its January meeting at the Legion hall last week Wednesday with ten members present. It-wan voted to send $5 for 1031 poppies; $1 for carnival at Knoxville this month; $1 for the adopted soldier; and $1 for monthly contribution to Knoxville. Anna Flalg and Mrs. Oscar Earing were hostesses. The treasurer's report for 1930 was given as follows: Rehabltntlon— Dimes for disabled soldiers.$ Christmas cheer Monthly donation to Knoxville Monthly donation to J. Phillips Knoxville fund Birthday party at Knoxville ,PHze for 4th of July party- Child Welfare— Five sleeping garments ne-fourth poppy proceeds. atlonal defense fund ducatlonal fund lowers for sick and deceased Ifts for departing members ubscriptlon to Iowa Le- glonalre 'Hze to local theater, May, ladys Stehrltz 16; Party- Gladys Stebritz celebrated'her slx- eenth birthday Saturday evening y taking a party of schoolmates to Bancroft to the skating rink, and fterward returning to her home vhere they were served lunch. Those ttending were Mary Ellen anc Jarvel Marlow, Virginia Bates, Lola darlow, Naomi Wegener, Ruth Cul- ertson, Dorothy Macumber, Mararet, Imogene and Bernlce Rodrick. Dorothy Sharp Party Hostess— Mre. Dorothy Sharp entertained he "500" club at her home Friday light. Guests were Mr. and Mrs ack Dempsey, the Myron Alder ons, JY H. Schwartzes, Axel Peter on, Sheldon Straley, and Arnold Alderson, Fen-ton, and Mr. and Mrs Chris Godfredson, of Rlngsted. iVIn, Lose from Fcnton— The Lone Rock basketball team; rtivided honors with Fenton on thi ocal floor 'Friday evening. The lo cal girls won 32-20 in a slow and un nterestlng game, and In the boys game Fenton won 29-10. Hanifan f Swea City refereed. Ledyard wil jlay here Friday night. Joint Wedding Days Observed— The Otto Jensen family was en .ertained at the Will Christense home at Swea City Sunday. The oc casion was the 16th wedding anni versary of both couples. Mrs. Jen sen is a sister of Mr. Chrlstensen. ADVERTISING IN THE ADVANCE goes Into more than 8000 homes No other Kossuth paper can Srtve the same service or anywhere near it. . < wa$ dajnaf* IOWA ton We will have another car of Iowa's Best coal on track January 23, This is a large lump coal and we truly belieye it is the best in the Iowa, fields, place your order now, as it will all' be sold from the car. Wfii^lif WHir 9 ^W W =1^ fP!pj*W ( ^ftw^ff TiFw ^^r^fw 2.80 2.80 12.00 12.00 2.80 1.00 .50 3.00 3.62 .50 1.00 7.85 4.50 1.00 Ing his teeth extracted in hopes of relief. Crowd Attends Silent Mnvk-— A good-sized crowd attended the opening movie hero Saturday night. The picture for Saturday night will be Wm. Halnes in "The Girl Said No," and a comedy. on for tlio Fred Wopcners— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener are arente of a boy born Sunday. They ow have a family of two boys and wo girls. Ivnry Ilnfh Baby Sick- Mrs. John Rath went to Curlew 'rlday to help care for the Henry tath baby, 111 with pneumonia. frs. If. ,T. lllce's Hrotlior Dins- Mrs. H. J. Rice heard last week hat her brother, who lives at North ~latte, Neb., had died suddenly. Other Lone Rock. Mrs. Watson Shlck entertained he Larkin club last Thursday. Mrs. ack Quinn entertained the sewing lub last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn drove to 'alrmont last Saturday, and brought Mrs. Glen Leeper and the children jut with them. The Frank Flalgs and E. C. 1930 1.00 Grades Will Give Program— A program sponsored by Evoly Thompson and Harriett Figh will b iven at the school next week Tuea day night by the first, second, third and fourth grades. The play is call ?d, Midnight in the Toy Shop. Seeks Belief from Rheumatism— Charley Hawks, who has bee :il with sciatic rheumatism for thre months, is taking treatments at Di Scanlan's at Algona. He is also hav CALVIN COOLIDGE SAYS: 'Under present conditions it s the patriotic duty of every nan who can, to pay his ac- ;ount at once.'* Do not ask for credit, unless absolutely necessary. Pay monthly bills promptness. Fauerbys of ilacksmiths' Friday. Fenton meeting attended a at Rlngsted Mrs. Albert Hutchlnson and son Srnest went to Minneapolis last Thursday to visit Mrs. Sebastian Mack. The Albert Thompsons, who now reside at the Okobojle, were visiting relatives here last week Wednesday Evelyn Behrman spent the weekend In Mankato, and Lura Sewlck visited friends at Spencer Sunday. Mrs. Evelyn Earing and Anna Flalg served at Legion Auxiliary last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Mielke, Whlt- temore, were guests at the F. E Macumber's Friday. Glen Leeper had his tonsils removed last week Wednesday by Dr Clapsaddle. MOTOR TRUCK BODIES- We make them, an kind, and finish to or der. You already know the good reputation o our shop for this kind of work. Repairs on Sleds— Now that there is snow get out the "bobs" and let us fix anything which needs repairs. HORSESHOEING every day but Sunday. with extra J'he Nimble Dollar Helps The Lazy Dollar Hurts There are so many who cannot pay, that the man who- can and will not Is a Pablle. Enemy. The County Credit Board Is every the sincere friend of man who does hia level But if you are unable to ._ the debts you now have, it bad business, and no real favor to you to extend yoot more credit. Monthly Credit Reports Tell Members if you owe Delinquent'Accounts. Start the New Year Right Get your name off the County Delinquent List COUNTY CREDIT BOARD Organized and operated by PIONEER SERVICE CO. Inc. Iowa City, Iowa. ononnnon n on WOOD AND IRON WORKS Old Dray Shop Stand YIELD TO CHINESE PILES s Don't suffer another Minute froBM blind, Itching, protruding or bli«<> Ing- piles without testing the newMtt and fastest acting treatment oat. Itav Klxon's Chlnarold, fortified wttM rare, imported Chinese Herb* WttM amazing power to reduce awoltav tissues, brines ease and comfort tw a few minutes, enabling you to worfi and enjoy life while it continue. U* soothing-, healing action. Don't d*« lay. 'Act in time to avoid » dancer* ' cua and costly operation. Trjr Dts. Nixon'a Chlnaroid under our KUM« antee to satisfy completely and Ml worth 100 times the •mall cost ~ your money; back. , "• E. W. LUSBY'S DBUO 8TOB* Public Sale _[ As I am moving to Indiana I will sell the following described property at gs closing out Auction Sale on the Mike Weisbrod farm 1 mile east of Fenton on ^ T 1 ' 1 I i luesday, Jan. • ' . . •••• - ••: '• :• -'• •/ * . ' • FREE LUNCH AT 11:80 SHARP Sale Begins Immediately After Lunch. 44 Head of Livestock 10 HORSES AND MULES One span of jack mules 9 yrs. old, wt. 2900; span of bay mares 9 and 10 s yrs, old, wt. 3,000; span of grey mares 11 yrs. old, wt. 2900; gray mare 7 yrs. old, wt. 1400; sorrel horse 8 yrs. old, wt. 1400; black mare 10 yrs. old, wt, 1400 j Shetland pony good and gentle. 28 HE AD OF C ATTLE-28 10 milch cows, 3 fresh, balance to be fresh soon; 3 steers coming 2 yrs. old; 7 heifers coming 2 yrs. old; 8 calves. 6 Head of FEEDING HOGS Weight about 150 IDS. each. 225 White Leghorn 9 ton of Timothy Hay in barn 8 BU. OF EABLY SEED CORN HOUSEHOLD FUBNJTURE—All household furniture, including Richman, piano and new Majestic rrfnge, and many other articles. FARM MACHINERY, ETC. 36-ft. King & Hamilton elevator, complete, used 2 years; 8-ft, McCor* mick binder; 5-ft. McCormick mower; John Deere manure spreader, almost new; Moline corn * planter, with 160 i rods of wire; 2 new single^row John Deere cultivators; 1 Sattley cultiva- i tor; Hummer 14-in. gang plow.'gooii as new; 14-in. walking plow; 4-see- tion flexible harrow, new; 3-section lever drag; 10-ft. McCormick disc; 9^ft. John Deere disc; Hoosier endgate , seeder; drag cart; 2 wagons with triple boxes, almost new; steel truck wagon, nearly new; hay rack; 2 hay slings; new one-hole corn shelter; McCormickT-Deering cream separator, nearly new; bob sled; Ford chassis, will make a good trailer; small grinder; 2 sets Concord harness; sets back pad harness; 10 horse collars; 4 sets flynets; 1927 Ford ster; and other articles tqo numerous to mention. • " < ••m m i-'>f;*:-*;ith t^#!it lit TWV^S , or make arrangement^ witU your banker. €-.7,* • i -!„','• *:iv"' "" .//A viM!*T<*feUl«!^ .-%!.• :&'?-

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