Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1931 · Page 5
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- For Service Until Spring is Actually Here— Apparel j^OUGH DRY CLEANING AND REPAIRING We CM> s * Ye you Irton * jr and lm P rove y° ur looks. nnn't forget that We also clean and reblock hats, making them look like new. Modern Dry Cleaners The V»letor Pressing Serrlce PHONE 637 STOCKHOLDERS K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA I i BEST VALUE-LONG WFflff QUALITY UIMCHANfiFD Fashioned -Newest Shades: ERVICE BETE COLORS: Flesh. Nude.SuriTan , Mode .Sable, Gun Metal,Egg Shell. Basaye Brown, Black DIRECT BY MAIL WE t»nv PO.STQO& DOLLAR STLK .HOSIERY BENNETT B L' PAGE IHCR cAMfRY General Logan Taken for a Ride AT BURJ MEET Hurt, Feb. 3—The'annual meeting f the Hurt Farmers' Creamery com>any was hold In Our Town theater inturday afternoon, a. W. Blelch t'.as reolectecl director and W. A. itoutenburg was elected director to ucceed B. H. Mnrlow. Paul Mac- Vuley will again be buttermaker, vlth Robert Gogdlll as .second man. Walter Sorenson was hired to run he uptown cream station. In order o cut down expense the secretary vork was made part of the butter- maker's duties. Miss Mattle Warner md. acted as secretary for a number of years. In the future Floyd Duncan will furnish the milk for the cream station. htdamatory Contests On— Declamatory contests 'are being icld this week. Those In the oratorical and dramatic classes tried out Monday. Oratorical contestants are Raymond Carter, Kenneth Graham, Paul Krlethe Jr., and Marie GIddlngs. In the dramatic class Raemond Koestler, Ada Schwletert, Norma Bettln, Gardner Patterson, Helen Moore, Zola GIddlngs, and Dorothy Dlckmeyer will compete. This week Wednesday evening the contest for the humorous class will be held and contestants are Beada Kollasch, Caroline Carr, Sarah Schroeder, Denton Thaves, Darrel Riddle, Klner Morness, Viola Riddle, Ruth Beitz, Joseph Graham, and Gretchen MacFarland. ; The statue of General John Alexander Logan, famous war leader and senator who died in 1880, being removed from .Its pedestal la Logan ' Park circle In Washington. The base of the handsome figure had to be repaired. The monument was erected some time ago ut a cost of $65,000. PRINCE DECORATED M.-U. Club 25 Years Old— The silver anniversary meeting of the Mothers and Daughters club was held at Mrs. G. ,J. F. Vogel's last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H. V. Jones was assistant hostess. About GO members and guests were present. The program was: roll call, club recollections; tuning In on MDC, which consisted of letters from former members; a group o£ songs, by Mrs. G. P. Hawcott and Mrs. Gerald Brace; 'instrumental music, Mrs. Clara Thompson. The next club meeting will be held the evening of February 12 in the Good Hope community room. WILt\ES-BARRE,PA if BITUMINOU5 IS COIN' TEP. 8ORM PETROLEUM COKE- THAT HE OES' BOUGHT AT Don't blame the poor old furnace—it may be the fuel. Petroleum Coke Avill burn anywhere and give satis- i factory heat. It is the-coming fuel, and if'you have ;. not already tried it, waste no, time in calling up P. S. 1 NORTON & SON, phone 229, sole agents for Petroleum Coke in your territory, liWa«Hi ••nan i*m»i^*—vm»^—m?m*-**^?m9m^L9i Fire Damages ruler's Home— Fire damaged tiie AV. A. Peter's homo last Thursday noon. It started in .the attic, and the cause Is not known definitely, hut it is believed that defective electric light wires are the cause. The tire department was called out, and the fire was put out before it did much damage. A hole was cut in the root in order to reach the fire, and water caused most of the damage. The loss was covered by insurance. for Woman's Club Hears Program— The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel's, with Mrs. Geo. Carroll assistant hcfitess. The program consisted of roll call, current events, Inter- American Relations; "The Panama Canal," by Mrs. J. W. Dorrance; "Growth in Commercial Importance and World Trade of Our Neighbors to the South", by Mrs. F. L. Pratt; "Pan America of Bolivar and That of Today", by Mrs. AV. A. Peters. Rochester Doctor Visits Here— Dr. and Mrs. Edw. Bannick, Rochester, Minn., spent Friday night at the AV. A. McArthur home. They returned home Saturday, taking with them Dr. Bannick's mother, Mrs. Dora Bannick, AA'ilton Junction, who has been visiting here several weeks. Dr. Bannick is Mrs. MacArthur's brother. He addressed a medical meeting at Algona Friday evening. Bailey Family Moves Feb. 2— C. ' O. Bailey, assistant receiver of a bank at In wood, spent several days here last week. Last Thursday evening the Fortnightly club gave a farewell party for the Baileys at their home. Bridge formed the evening's entertainment. The Baileys will move to Inwood February 15. Grounds Betterment Lesson Given- Mrs. F. L. Ryerson gave the lesson on Home Grounds Improvement in Dist. No. 8 for Mrs. Merle Richards last Thursday afternoon. The lesson was given at the home of Mrs. Laurence Dittmer. Eight ladies tbok the lesson. Shirley Hanse n 4; Tarty- Little Shirley Ann Hansen celer brated her fourth birthday Saturday afternoon by entertaining a number of her little .friends at a party. Stewards Have Family Reunion— The AValter Steward family and Opal Steward attended a family reunion at the home of their parents, the H. A. Stewards, near Bancroft, Sunday. - Prince Peter, seven-y&ir-old heir to the throne of Yugoslavia, is shown wearing the cross of the French Legion of Honor which vva; bestowed upon him recently at the unveiling of a monument iu hls> country by France as a token 01 gratitude for the aid rendered the French in the World war. JNO, RICKLEFS, ITONKIAN28 YEARS,PASSES Titonka, Feb. 3 — k lohn Ricklef aased away a week ago last Thursay evening at an Algona hospital ollowlng a major operation. John licklefs was born at East Friesland, ermany, January 21, 1867, and was aptlzed and confirmed in the Evan- elical Lutheran' church, of which ic was a member till death. He ame to America when 18 years old and for a short time made his home it Pekln, 111. In 1893 he was marled to loma Frederfcka Bonner, and o this union four children were lorn, two of whom died in infancy. Tor eight years Mr. Ricklefs made his home at Manson, coming to Kosuth 28 years ago. He located near Titonka, where he farmed for many years. In 1921 he moved to own, where his wife passed away luly 29, 1928. Since the death of his vife he had been living with a son William Rlcklofs. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. H. AV. Schocnlein Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran church. uffalo township at the same meet- ng. The women's project this year 'Planned Leisure in the Home." *ost Helps Bury Legionnaire— ,The local American Legion and he Algona' post had charge of the uneral services for A. P. Jensen, vho was burled In the Buffalo ownshlp cemetery Saturday. Jenen spent nine months on the Drench front during the war. There vere about 21 Legionnaires that iclped with the services. Hayficlii is Defeated Here— Titonka defeated Hayfield 21-13 In basketball game here Friday night. The juniors sold popcorn in order to replenish their treasury. After school some of the pupils Irove through the streets advertls- ng the game, which was well attended. Woman's Club Meets Thursday- Mrs. Jay Budlong entertained the Woman's club lost Thursday. The roll call was on "Unusual Industries." The topic for the lesson was on rugs, silverware, dishes, vaees and ornaments. The leader was Mrs. Homer Downs. Creamery in Annual Meeting— The regular annual meeting of the co-operative creamery was held Saturday in Hagen hall. E. P. Hansen was reelected secretary and William Boyken, treasurer. All old directors were also reelected. Haifa Beaten by Indians— A basketball game here Tuesday night with Haifa was won by Tl tonka, 33-19. Poppies Earn Veteran $15— The local Legion Auxiliary gav Antone Sorensen a check for $15 to poppies delivered recently. ALFALFA BILL IS IN William N. Murray, known as "Alfalfa Bill," who waa Inaugurated as governor of Oklahoma. Edith were dinner guests Friday of Mrs. Mary Baker at Britt. In the afternoon they called on Mrs. Qle Dahl. Both Mrs. Baker and Mrs Dahl are former Tltonka residents Mrs. Roy Budlong and Mrs. Frances Budlong entertained the Metho dlst Aid in the church basement las week Wednesday evening. Evon Winter spent three days te*k week taking -examinations un4w County Supt. Wm. Shirley at At* gona. The L. B. Larsons drove to Ma—' son City Saturday, bringing hotn* with them Mrs. Carrie Bonackerj, who has been In the hospital. Mrs. Howard French attended A. irldge luncheon at Mrs. H, L. QH-* more's at Algona last week Wednes* lay. Mrs. Roland Shaw, Shirley Keagte^, Mrs. Logand Keagle and son Robert, all of Minneapolis, visited relatives here over the week-end. Howard French drove to Wlndonif Minn., on business last week-. Wednesday. Mrs. Craven entertained her- jrldge club last week Tuesday after* noon. Lunch was served. Myron Haskln, Mrs. Antone Pannkuk's father, was visiting here last week. Mrs. Harry Beed returned Frldajr from Clarksyille, where she had been. called by the death of her father. Mrs. R. L. Krantz entertained hefr dinner-bridge club last week. Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ball entertained her dinner- bridge club last week Wednesday evening. Anton Pannkuk, who has been 10. a Mason City hospital, returned Sunday. > Miss Wlllmeyer, teacher hen* spent the week-end with her par~ ents at Klemme. Estelle Bonacker leaves soon f«P .Toilet, III., where she will be floor superintendent in a hospital. IJunn S. S. Gives a Party— The Rev. L. G. Gartner attended a conference last week Tuesday morning at Garner. Other TItonxa News. The Charles Sargents, Hampton, ccompanied by Hazel Budlong, who eaches at Hampton, and Zella Buf- ington, who works in a beauty par- or there, spent the week-end here. he Sargents visited the Harry Beede, while Hazel and Zella vls- :ed home folks. The Rev. L. G. Gartners attended he Doan Sunday school party Frilay evening at the Harvey John- ion's. The Doan Sunday school has a party every month, to which those vho attend Sunday school at least hree times a month are invited. Mrs. J. J. Budlong and daughter THIS WOMAN IN 4 WEEKS LOST 17 POUNDS OF FAT Here's a letter written October 21, i looking much better. er is the b ' Mrs. 0. P. McDonald Still Hi- Harry Peterson, Sioux Falls, S. D visited Monday at the home of her aunt, Mrs. O. P. McDonald, who has been confined to her bed by illness for several months. Holding Buys Ford Truck— Clifford Holding has purchased a long wheel base Model A Ford truck and will do trucking in connection with his farm work. R. A- Hi", Marlon, home anij- remained IT 's Demi ACTING for U ONS OF C BAKING POWDER USiQ b S OUWCO Other Burt News. Mrs. J. H. Graham returned Sunday from Webster City, where ehe had visited relatives a few days, Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford , and Mrs. brought her until Monday. Allan GrSliam returned with them for a visit! Mr. and Mrs. Wyott Stott went to Des Moineii Sunday, -'where Mrs. Stott is talcing treatment at the Polycliriic hWttal. Their little son Merrill is staying with his grandmother, MrEr f Fred Ringsdorf, during their absence. James Kevr, who had been visiting several Cays at the 0. C. Smith home, returned to his home in Minneapolis Thursday. He was called here by the d^ath of his father, the late John Ker;-. . " The George ';Kroegers have njoyed Minn., came to Burt Sunday. Georg remained for a visit with his par ents, the H. Manuses. A good crowd attended the brldg benefit given by the Legion las Thursday evening. Bridge wa played at twelve tab'.es. A goo lunch was served. •Mrs. Robert Ward, - Bui-t, ha- written to ask that her Advance b sent to a new address, New Undo wood, S. D. The Lloyd Schencks spent th week-end with relatives in Mlnne apolis. While there they attende the Passion play. . Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader wer called to Elmore, Minn., Sunday b the death of a brother-in-law Mrs, Schrader. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schraeder an daughter Imogene, Hampton, vis ited Sunday at the C. H, Schrade home. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitehtll re turned Sunday from Sauk City, AA'is., where they spent a couple of weeks with relatives. .F. A. Ringsdorf went to- Mapleton, Minn., Saturday and brought home his father, Fred Ringsdorf, who had spent a week there. The Aid society meets AVednesday afternoon at Mrs. M. J. Ryerson's. Mrs. D. T. Hobeon will be assistant hostess, Mrs. John Murray visited at the home of her son James Murray, Algona, from last week Monday to Thursday. Katherine Manus, who Is work- Ing in the Lu Verne postoffice, spent the week-end with her parents, the II. W. Manus's. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stow ,went to Fenton Friday and gave an aluminum demonstration at- the,- Pete Hayenga home last Friday night. Mrs. Ella Potter, Sioux City, spent last Saturday at the F, L. Pratt home. Mrs. Potter is Mrs. Pratt's aunt. Harry Sewick, Ireton, visited day at the home of his parents, the H. G. A. Sewlcks. The G. C. Aliens and Clifford Holdings spent Sunday at the Elmer Keinitz home in Lakota. .. >. Mrs, Fred Rosenkranz, Spencer, spent Cunday with her friend, Mrs, F. L. Pratt. N Esther and Ruth Hodgson visited the Elsie Haskell and Spooner homes at Lu Verne Sunday. 'The Harvey Grahams, Algona were Sunday guegts at the August Henning home. The Ed Trainers, Kanawha, spent the week-end at the AV. T. Trainer and Mrs. Claude Ackerman home. The Sewing Circle will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs,.' C. S, Coffin, IJ. R. Teams Party Onsets— Mr. and Mrs. Gregory entertained the basketball boys and a few girls at an oyster stew a week ago last Thursday evening. The evening was spent at cards. Those present were Ben Pannkuk, George Anderson, Raymond Heifner, Edwarc Satthoff, Eval Pouelson, Edward Boyken, Clifton Schultz, John Gartner, Harold Gartner, Clifford Krantz, Herman Pannkuk, Harlej Larson, Arlo Larson, .Robert AA r ood Arthur Askin, William Kennedy Kenneth Carlson, Evon AVinter, Lor aine Peterson, Bernice Larson, Irene Callies, and Viola Kuchenreuther 1929, by Mrs. Fred Barringer, of Lewistown, Mont., that ought to be read by every overweight woman In America. Gentlemen: I started taking Kruschen every morning as directed as I was very much overweight and wanted to reduce. I have tried going on a diet but would get so hungry that my diet would not last long, so I decided to give "Kruschen Salts" a fair trial. The day I started to take them I weighed 25G Ibs. and at present, which has been just four weeks, I weigh 239 Ibs. And I must say, I feel better ' in every way, besides May all large people, both menc and women, who want to reduce In* an easy way, give Kruschen' Salts &. fair trial. I am sure It will convince anyone." A bottle of Kruechen Salts that; lasts four weeks costs but 85c «* E. W. Lusby's or any drugstore la, America. Take one-half teaspoon in a glass of hot water before break.- fast every morning. To help reduce swiftly cut out pastry and fatty meats and go light on potatoes, butter cream and sugar. The Kruschen way is the safe. way to reduce. Try one bottle ana if not joyfully satisfied — money- back. '. j... 16 Pupils Have Hig'h Grades— Among the pupils with high aver ages for the last six weeks were Lavon Oesterreicher, Ruth Seivers Marjorie Mechler, and Richard Bat in the first grade; Alice Brandt Magdalene Eden, Vera Eden, an Dorothy Gartner in the fifth grade Maxlne Stott, Fern Oesterrelchei Robert Barbour, and Patricia Ba in the fourth grade; Betty Budlons Lela Zwelfel, Louise Sachau, an Leon Theisen In the sixth grade Many others had. high averages also P. T. A. Sponsors DeiiiUl Plaii— The Parent-Teachers asitoe'iatioil Is sponsoring the "Iowa Dental Plan", and teachers of the different grade rooms sent cards home with each pupil last week Tuesday. Pupils are to keep their dental records on these cards, and the P.-T. A. will give a prize to each room making 100 per cent. A bureau of the university at Iowa City Hvill also give a certificate of award to each room attaining a, perfect record. Party Honors Estello Bonacker— Sixteen young people were entertained at a surprise party given by Oscar Blanchard in honor of Estelle Bonacker. Cards were played and lunch was served. Other guests included Arthur Jay Budlong, Mrs. Torgesen/Gladys Bogges, Alice,Sartor, Carl .Callies, Clarence. Cooper, Guido Savtor, Lester Callies, Bradford Buffirigton, Larven Intermlll, Luella Raker, Leona Raker, and Aletha. 'Shreck.. Auxiliary. Plans Story Hour— At a .meeting of the Auxiliary Monday .hight, : It wae voted to spon- sor-va cqnimunlty children's story hour, for .boys'and girls from four to .J2 years.-.old twice a month, at the Legion hal), members of the unit to be in charge. Stories will be read and told, games played, and contests held. Farm Bureau Director Named— AVllllam Schram was appointed a township director of the. county Farm Bureau at a meeting at,Algona last week Tuesday. Mrs. Otto Falk was appointed county chairman of the woman's committee from |lllllll!IE!l!li!lll!IIIII!illllllllli!ll)lll!lllllM I - PUBLIC - I |AUCTION| as Having decided to quit farming I will offer the following personal property ss for sale at the farm, located two blocks west" of Main Street and 2 .blocks north of == .the M. & St. L. depot, in the town of LuVerne, on S Wednesday, Feb. 11 = Sale to Start at 12 O'clock Sharp Lunch Served by Ladies' Aid ADVERTISING IN THE ADVANCE! ''goes Into more than 3QOO homes, No other JCossuth paper can give the same service or anywhere near it. 45t* WANTED—Competent man 30 to 45 years, for vice president of a corporation. Ad-' dress lock box 532, Bowman North Dakota. 20-26 into one of the .Fred houses. Mr. Kroeger has .secured a position with the Gibbons Motor Co. The JCroesers came ^ere from Mrs. 'Marguerite Graham, Algona, spent the week-end at the J, G. hpme, O? Sunday the J. T. This Great Healing Oil Best for Pimples and Skin Troubles Make up your mind today that! you are going to give your skin a real chance to get well. • * \ Ypu've probably been, like a lot of other peopje, convinced that the pnly thing to use was an ointment or salve (some of them are Emerald Oil—an, S5c cent bottle lasts two weeks. The very first application " wlU give you rejief and a few shpr treatments will thoroughly convlnc you th^t by sticking faithfully , a short while your skin troublg 'good) but in the big majority, 9! . . , >, 146 Head of Livestock 1 10-HEAD OF HORSES-10 One brown mare 3 yrs. old, wt. 1600; black mare 3 yrs. old, wt. 1400; black mare 11 yrs. old, wt. 1400; black mare J 14 yrs. old, wt. 1400; black horse 11 yrs. old, wt. 1900; gray horse 15 yrs. old, wt. 1700; team gray mares 11 and 15 yrs. old, wt. 3200; yearling colt; 1 last spring colt. = 32-HEAD OF CATTLE-32 : Ten good young Shorthorn milch i COAVS, most of them fresh by day of i sale; 14 head of stock cattle, 8 small | calves. 1 104-HEAD OF HOGS-104 Ten Spotted Poland brood sows, bred for March farrow; 21 Spotted Poland gilts, bred for March and April; 72 fall pigs; Spotted Poland stock hog. These hogs are double-treated cholera immune. 125 BARRED ROCK HENS SOME A1FALFA HAY IN BARN HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Kitchen cabinet; cupboard; 200 Ib. ice capacity Herrick ice box; kitchen table and chairs; double tub washing machine; kitchen range for laundry use; 5 1-2 ft. standard bath tub with -fittings; good soft or hai'd coal heating stove; many'other articles. / FARM MACHINERY, ETC. Deering 8-ft. binder; McCormick Deering 6-ft. mower, nearly new; 5-ft. McCormick mower; 10-ft. McCormick hay rake; McCormick Deering side delivery rake; Dane hay stacker; Dane buck rake; John Deere 999 corn planter, 160 rods wire; John Deere 2-row cultivator; McCormick Deering 2-row cultivator; 2 John Deere single-row cultivators; 10-ft. John Deere disc; 10- ft. John Deere tractor disc; 16-ft. Kovar spring tooth harrow; 2 4-sec. flexible harrows; 2 .harrow carts; endgate seeder with grass attachment; box seeder with grass attachment; 3 wagons with triple boxes; wagon with hay rack; bob sled; John Deere sulky plow with breaking attachment; New Idea manure spreader, nearly new; 42-ft. National steel elevator; 8-horse Gush*man engine with speed jack mounted on skids-; 4-horse ga$ pump engine; McCormick Deering No. 4 niotor driven cream separator, nearly new; pump jack; i^-horse Westinghouse motor, nearly new;; 10x10 brooder house hard coal brooder; oil brooder; a number of steel chicken coops; 3 chicken waterers; 2 chicken self feeders; several oil barrels; feed bunk; stock loading chute; McCullough 45-bu. hog feeder; 30-gal. feed cooker; cooling tank; 2 sets of slings; 2 sets of Concord harness; 2 sets of pad harness; lot'of horse collars, all sizes; Cowboy tank heater; Clipper fanning mill; Ideal 400-ear capacity seed corn tester; 6-ton wagon and truck scale with. 3-in. planks, complete; 20 bu. Yellow Dent seed corn, picked before frost: 3 doz. Martin seed corn racks; grjncj. stone; hand corn sheller; a lot ol-othi er articles too numerous to mention,, •• TERMS —Cash, or see your banker. No property to be removed until' §e Otto WiUie, Prop 1 ' . * ~ i** ^^p-' *

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