Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1931 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1931
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KOSStjTH COttNtY APVAH LAUH WAY Will Go Much Further! Millions of housewives throughout the land have proved to themselves conclusively that the modern laundry can wash clothes cleaner, whiter, purer, more gently and more scientifically than clothes can possibly be washed at home. You'll save money by calling Phone 267 for quick service. Kirsch's Laundry Opposite Courthouse—Thorington Street. Buy Brown's Better Chicks Profits depend upon a good healthy flock properly hatched. Wyandottes and Orpingtons $13 per 100 Other Heavies $12.50 per 100 Leghorns $10.00 per 100 Special rates on more than 200. Custom Hatching We specialize in custom-hatching chicks, turkeys, ducks, geese. Of course you want big fluffy, healthy, vigorous birds. That's the kind we produce. CUSTOM HATCHING—3 cents per egg. Small and Efficient Our capacity is not so large but that we can give each individual tray special proper personal attention as to moisture, evaporation, and temperature for different shelled eggs. Brown's Hatchery 6th Year. Same Location. Phone 321. Old friends and new are welcome. FORD COMFORT JEvery new Ford l« equipped with four lioudaitle double-acting hydraulic shock absorbers ONE of the fine things about driving the new Ford is the way it takes you over the miles without strain or fatigue. No matter how long the trip, you know it will bring you eafely, quickly, comfortably to the journey's end. The seats are generously wide, deeply cushioned and carefully designed to conform to the curves of the body. Every new Ford has specially designed springs and four Houdaille double-acting hydraulic shock absorbers. These work both ways — up and down. They absorb the force of road shocks and also provide a cushion against the rebound of the springs. Other features that make the new Ford a value far •hove the price are the Triplex shatter-proof glass windshield, silent, fully enclosed four-wheel brakes, more than twenty ball and roller bearings, extensive use of fine steel forgings, aluminum pistons, chrome silicon •Hoy valves, torque-tube drive, Rustless Steel and unusual accuracy in manufacturing. In addition, you save many dollars because of the low first cost of the new Ford, low cost of operation and up-keep, and Jow yearly depreciation. THE NEW FOBDOB SEDAN LOW PIIICES OF FORD GAB! '430 to *630 *•»* «l «MU ml. Tfou con h flax. Sff your ford dtaitr for d»t»Ut. S. 8, TRAINING SCHOOL DRAWS 16 TITONKIANS Tltonka, Feb- 24—The Rev., and Mrs L. O. Gartner, Florence Reynolds, Oscar Blanchard, Bradford BuCflngton, Edith Budlong, Mr. and Mr, AV A Schrnm, Beulnh Schut- jer'Mrs. Ray Oesterrelcher, Mrs. B. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed fel, Ella Welhousen, Aletha Schreck, and hers from town Myrtle several mem- 2ni«i;i\, "i.v. -.- ,. 0 ,,, the Doan church south of attended the training M n workers last weeK evening nt Algona. The training school will continue until ho cour«B are finished. The courses offered include instructions primary deportment for junior department Rev. U G. Gartner, Rev. H. A. Reyman. Rev C V. Hulse, Algona, and Mrs. l! J. Malueg, Algona, arc teachers for the courses. Record of HusUot. Bailors— R The'baBketball season coBeaUjB Tltonka, I,u Verne, for and The the the HuSc'sT Austin,' MliSnY;:>lWt«d the Al B. Panhkuks Sunday afternoon Ray Oesterrelener shipped two loade of cattle from here Saturday to Chicago. He went on the stock train to Chicago to visit there. Mrs. Gus Richter went to Iowa City Saturday to go . through the clinic and her daughter Alice .will follow her next Saturday. Mrs. Roy Budlong, Mrs. Jay Budlong and the latter's daughter Betty and Dorothy were Mason City callers Saturday afternoon, Mrs. R. J. Tldman entertained at a' 1 o'clock bridge luncheon Tuesday. Mrs. Pendergast won high score. Mrs. Callles and children, Herbert and -Irene, drove to Mason City Sunday for an extended visit. L. B. L.arson won high score at the bridge party at Harry Beed's last week Tuesday night. Mrs. Homer Downs entertained her 6 o'clock bridge club last week Wednesday night. Miss Willmeyer, teacher here, spent the week-end with her parents at Klemme. The Harry Bceds entertained at bridge last week Wednesday even- Ing. The George Breens, Woden, visited the James Breens Sunday even- Ing. 4 the ofW*' hMrtnbtt* **-th«r family the ort to come to America. Newel Mouse Being Repaired— Emll Newel, .in .charge of. Frank Newel estate, was here business last week Wednesday, and is having ( the Newel residence, 'recently vacated by the G. W. Newel family, repaired and redecorated. The F. J. Welsbrod family will move Into the house as soon as it is ready for occupancy. At«-nii Big Wedding Reception- Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Welsbrod and children, June and Bobby, drove to Garner Friday afternoon to visit relatives and to attend the wedding reception of Mrs. Welsbrod's niece, Mrs. Karsjen Christian, . at the Country Club house at Clear.Lake. There were four hundred guests. Legion Conducts Drought Drive— Welsbrod Post of the Legion sponsored a drive last week for the drought sufferers in the South, and 33 cases of eggs, two tubs of butter, and one box of clothing were shipped. The committee In charge v/as S. E. Straley, W. R. Wolfe, A.'.H. Krause and Jacob Hengel.. d*y afternoon., Suwn 6oeders,*on high «core; and MM. P. the cut prl*e. Mrs. Ct. M. FreehiAn, of Cylinder, and Susan Goedera, ot Emmeteburgf, were out-ot-towtt guests. Mr, and Mrs. Philip Wander en* tertalned Thursday ' night at their home south of town, and "600" was played at five tables* Mtv and Mrs. G. B. Johnson won high scores, and P. H. Jensen and Susan Goedera the low. Refreshments were served. Messrs, and Mesdames Chas. Newel, G. B. Johnson, E. J. Frank, George Jentz, Arthur Mueller and Walter Jentz attended a, "BOO" party at the Delbert Hanna home south of Lone Rock last week Wednesday Vocal.-buyers shipped eight W' oad* ,ot hogs and one carload of attle from. Fenton Saturday. Lloyd Bowen, Rockford, spent last /eek Visiting the B. D. Whites. Mr. Bbwen' is Mrs. White's brother, 'Susan Goeders, 6f EirkmetsbUrgf, pent last week sewing at the E v C elsbrod home. -,. >• ' Mr. and Mrs. Peter Neu, of Whitemore, were visitors at F v H. John's Sunday.. • night. Mrs. Everett Dreyer entertained of the schedule are as follows. -U- tonk-i 10. Bancroft 10; Tltonka ,, Fenton W: Titonka 19, Bancroft 8; Titonka G, Ledyard 20; Titonka 17, Icdynrd 20; Titonka IS, Wesley 1, Titonka 37, Haifa 23; Titonka 15, Fenton 10; Titonka 33, Haifa 10; Titonka 21, Hayfleld 15; .Titonka 9, Wesley 21; Titonka 11, Hayfleld 22; Titonka 22, Lone Rock 33; Titonka 21, Lone Rock 20. The total scores are quite close: Titonka 253; opponents 273. TUonkinns Hear 31. E. Speaker— The E. O. Slacks and Marguerite Pannkuk drove to Algona last week Monday night. Mr. Slack drove on to Fort Dodge to attend an elevator- grain men's meeting, while Mrs. Slack, Violet, and Marguerite Pannkuk attended an Evangelist meeting at the Methodist church. All the ministers of this district, and their wives, attended the meeting. After the meeting the Titonka party attended a show. The Rev. L. G. Gart- ners also attended the ministers' meeting. Sunday School Officers Named— The' Methodist Sunday school teachers met at the parsonage last week Tuesday evening, and the following were re-elected: William Schram, superintendent; Mrs. E. O. Slack, assistant superintendent; Oscar Blanchard, secretary; Violet Slack, treasurer; Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, primary superintendent; and Mrs. Oesterreicher, librarian. Two Attend Training School— Mrs. Raymond Krantz and Phy- delis Peterson drove to Burt last week Monday to attend an all-day 4-H training school in the Masonic hall. The lesson was on second year clothing and was given by Miss McIlrath, a specialist from Ames. There were 34 leaders and club girls present. A covered dish luncheon was enjoyed. LANGERMAN, 82, OF FENTON, IS BURIED FEB. 17 Fenton, Feb. 24—Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church last week Tuesday afternoon for John Langerman, S2, who died Saturday, February 14, of hemorrhages. The Rev. Kabelitz officiated. Mr. Langerman was born in September, rs-48, 1 i n Mecklenburg, Gel- many. He was baptized and firmed in the Lutheran faith, con- and when 12 years old he came to America and settled in Fayette county, Iowa. In 1878 he married Augusta Hantelmann. Nine children were born, but two died In infancy. The Langerman family moved to Palo Alto county in 188S, and in 1911 came to Fenton. Mrs. Langerman died in 1927. The last two years of his life Mr. Langerman has been an Invalid. He is survived by seven children. Charles Langerman, Fairmont; Henry, near Fenton; John at Rouleau, Saskatchewan; Mrs. Amie Nemitz, near Ringsted; Wm. and F. W., near Swea City; Mrs. Emma Gremmals, near Fenton; and by 13 grandchildren. Quilting Party Is Given — Mrs. Chris Ruske was hostess to a quilting party at her home last week Wednesday afternoon. Guests were: Mesdames J. F. Newel, Mike Welsbrod, Philip Weisbrod, T. McFall, Henry Miller and E. Rusko. N. W. to Leave Farm— Ben Mitchell and son Edward, who have been farming the old Wm. C. Stamer place a half mile north of town, plan a closing-out sa.le, and Edward contemplates buying a- restaurant at Swea City or Lakota. Church School at Armstrong— A church school for the Esther- vllle sub-dictrict is being held at Armstrong this 'week. There will be' four classes, and under the direction of a credited instructor. Ten from Fenton are attending. Honors ^VarrCn Ramie]!— A party was* given at the Herman Gade home last week Tuesday evening for Warren Randell in., honor of his birthday. Members of the senior class were guests. Ostennnn Heads Luther League— The Lutheran League met with Alice Franzen Sunday night, and nearly 50 attended, including visitors. The League meets once a month. Officers for the year were elected as follows: John Osterman, president; George Seanne, vice president; Jean F. Boyken, treasurer; and Alice Franzen, secretary. Surprise for H. S. Youth— August Krause was pleasantly surprised at his home Saturday evening by senior classmates, the high school faculty, and other friends in honor of his birthday. The evening was spent at "Bunco," and high scores were won by Alice Hantelman and Eugene Huskamp, and the consolation by Edmond Wittmus. Refreshments were served. August received many gifts. Mrs. Mary Harsch Honored— Mrs. A. H. Meyers entertained 18 last Thursday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Mary Harsch. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. Harsch has been caring for John Langerman for the past several years, and will leave soon to care .for Hattle Simpson, near Whittemore, who has been in poor health the past four months. Tigers Lose to the Giants— The Fenton Tigers, local town basketball team, lost to the Gilkerson Union Giants at Worthlngton, Minn., Sunday, 38-20. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. George Boettcher and little son Don drove to Calmar Saturday evening. From Calmar they were to go to Iowa City to visit their daughter Laura, who Is still at the university hospital recovering from a recent operation. The Boettchers expected to return Wednesday or Thursday. Mrs. H. C. Lindsey and Mrs. G. D. Belken entertained 20 women at bridge at the former's home Thurs- her bridge club at her home a half mile from town Saturday afternoon High score was won by Mrs. H. H. Wlddel. • Refreshments were served. The Rev. J. T. Snyder family, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. White, Lloyd Bowen, and the A. H. Meyer family were dinner guests at L. J. Wels brod's Sunday. Mrs. Toy IJa worth, of Armstrong, spent Monday with Mrs. F. TS. New el, and 1 Mr. Ha.wonth attended a 10th district mail carriers' meeting at Algona. The LeRoy Newer family, of Hartley, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Newel's mother, Mrs. Kate New el, at the Frank Bailey 'home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl. Wolfe, of Lat Imer, and the Calvin Householder family, of Lone Rock, v were guests of the W. R. Wolfs Sunday. Lester Weisbrod, employed at the Newel garage at Hartley, spenl Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Welsbrod. Elvera Krause, teaching English and music nt Garner, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause. 'Mr. and, Mrs. Charles Laurltzen nnd daughter Verdell spent (Sun day afternoon a.nd evening 1 with Fenton friends, The Asa Warner family, Ledyard were over-Sunday visitors with Mr Gartner Attends Retreat— The Rev. L. G. Gartner drove to Algona Monday night to attend a public meeting and the speaker was Dr. Edmondson, of the Boone district in the Des Molnes conference. Special music was provided for the service by the Algona Methodist choir. All 43 of the ministers in the district were present. 4-H Club Leaders Entertained— The 4-H club county committee gave a Martha Washington party for club leaders of the county Saturday at the home of Mrs. Paul Kriethe, Burt. Mrs. Krantz and Violet Meyer attended from here. Violet Meyer is club leader of German township and Mrs. Krantz of Buffalo township. Legion Card Party is Given— The Legion sponsored a card party Thursday night at the Odd Fellows hall. The high scores were: pr. Torgesen, bridge; Mrs. William Peterson, smear; and Mrs. I. T. In- termlll, "500." Lunch was served. There was one table of smear, two tables of "600", and 18 tables for bridge. David Waite Loses Brother- David Waite, father of Dr. J. T. Walte, received word last week of the death of a brother, John Waite, in Scotland February 7. The older Mr. Walte is 79 years old, and is now the only survivor of five children. He and his brother Andrew, who died several years ago in Idaho, M OVERS, ATTENTION—IF YOU take the Advance, and if you are moving March 1, turn to the first page, clip the change of address form, fill It.in, and mail it to the Advance. DO IT NOW, please before it is forgotten in the rush of moving. GASH LOANS Automobile Loans — Refinancing. Payments cut down. Special Loan Service to farmers for the purpose of buying good graded milch cows. Loans can be made on cows you already have. Convenient terms. Loans made at once. No delay. Wf t E STERN. CREDIT CO.' Phone 55, Algona, Iowa First door north of Iowa State Bank. Mrt, Henrf Wat- Poland BRED GILTs , Twenty aso-ib. M » for April farrow.'Bestb t - blg kind fclth quality. s on large number. R. W. Butt« 1W Miles North of Bmjl Early Telephones were hard to use,, as compared with the convenient modern, kind T , J. i 7h« firtt telephones hadonti both for sptatlmj and "HE first telephones were inconvenient to use; they had one opening which was used both as 'transmitter and receiver. Instructions posted near the telephone included the advice: "Don't talk with your car or listen with your mouth." To remove the cause for this confusion, it soon became the practice to equip telephone sets with a pair of combination recciv- ' ers and transmitters, shaped ranch like a modern receiver. Either of these could be used for talking or for listening. In a few years, desk telephones were developed . . . continued improvements have resulted in the telephones of today . . . the wall, the desk and the hand telephones, all as convenient and efficient as it so far has been possible to make them. Equipment now available for telephone users through this Company* includes much more than one telephone for a customer. Extension telephones, switches, intercommunicating systems, portable telephones, exten- . sion signals and other equipment have been devised so that each individual user can have telephone service that meets all the requirements in his home or place of business. This Company continually strives to provide telephone service that meets the requirements of its customers . . . that is prompt, accurate, convenient and otherwise satisfactory . . . and constantly endeavors to improve that service. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPA -J, The Northwestern Dell Telephone Company, which operate! in the mtetol Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraika, North and South Dakota, ia BO Aiioclited Company of the Dell Syitcm. It owni and operate* marc than 650,000 telephone!, lit lines connect with more than 900,000 tclephonei of olhef companici In thpsc five »tatea and with nearly.30,000,000 others throughout the United Stater and In foreign countries. It employs mare than 12,000 men and women. • Our Policy: Tht mat I .telephone terttice tni the best at the leail cat] to the public. S. g. Class is Entertained— Edith Budlong entertained her Sunday school class at a >v!ener roast last week Tuesday night at her home. Attending were: Jean French, Betty Budlong, Lela Zwel- fel, Ruth Meyer, Merlin Schram, Watson Hamstreet, Junior Hanson, and Maurice Isebrand. TEL1S HOW TO GET BID OF STUBBORN Torturing ECZEMA Don't waste time with makeshifts —it takes something powerful to put Eczema out of business—and Emerald Oil is a concentrated, powerful antiseptic—It'e effective—it does the •work (ind a generous bottle costs but 85'Cents. It will stop the Itching promptly and in a short time rid you of bothersome fiery eczema or you can get your money back from any good druggist. Note. Being such an effective antiseptic remedy, Moone's Emerald Oil Is much used and with splendid results for broken Varicose Veins, Skin Blemlehes, Iltching Skin, Pimples, Ache and Psoriasis. Remember also that' Athletes Foot Is caused by germs which germlcldal Emerald Oil kills, then the itching of feet and toes stops and feet are healthy again. Complete directions with each bottle. Aid Division Serves Lunch— The Methodtet Aid has been divided Into three groups to earn money. Friday nlgh't Group I gave a Martha Washington luncheon. The menu was:; potato salad, baked beans, chicken sandwiches, ice cream, coffee and cake, They took in about 124. Tltonkians Lose to L. ft.— A double-header basketball game with Lone Rock here last week Tuesday night was well attended. The Tltonka second team won 12-20, but the first team lost, 21-26. Many from Lone Rock attended. Dorothy Buttons Observes Birthday Dorothy Budlong celebrated her 10th birthday Thursday by entertain' Ing 16 of her little friends and her teacher, Aletha Schreck, at a party. Bene Games were played, lunch. followed by Qther Titonka News. Anton Pannkuk drove to Garner Tuesday to bring Myron Hasklne, father of Mrs. Pannkuk, here to help get rea,dy for the Pannkuk sale Friday and Saturday. Fay Rolfsema, Enon Winter, Rosa Poulson, and Wllber Schram were business visitors at Algona Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Monday The Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Gartner attended ' a Sunday school missionary meeting last week Wednesday night at the Charles Phelp a horns The Clarence Pannkuks, Fairmont, Minn., and the Ben Pann' S. C. R. I. Reds Chicks and Hatching Eggs Our Reds lay gopd-slzed eggs and ots of them. The majority of our pullet eggs have graded No. 1 this >ast winter. Our flock Is not large, but la of ;ood quality. Anyone wishing to see our flock will find our farm three miles west of Tltonka. Come and look it over, any day except Sundays. All of our birds have been blood- tested for B. W. p. by testing a drop of blood from each bird. Prices on chicks from our flock and hatched in our Jamesway Incubator. AT OUR FARM 100 cltlck*, 600 chicles, 900.00 CHAS, WEIPS & SDKS Tltouka * « low» MoorMan's Hog Minerals gives you "Big Paying Results because it contains all the right kind of minerals your hogs need Because it is a Comp/ere mineral feed, it produces these 4 big benefits, 1. Builds larger and stronger bones. 2. Prevents re-accumulation of worms . after they have once been expelled. 3. Properly regulates the bjpwels, 4. Packs more pork inside same hide. Many "litter-mate" scale tests prove that Moor- Man-fed hogs outweigh other hogs apparently the same size, but not fed MoorMarfs, frorrUS to 40 pounds per hog. The EXTRA profits feeders in this county are getting from tte use of MoorMan's Hog Minerals are inducingToreand more farmers to use this money-makingproduct Ifvou are not usrng MoorMan's Hog Minerals, youshould Your neighbors are using it—ask them about itf Livestock Sales and Service Representative^ W,E. Baker N. B, Phone 452-AlgOtt. EdiUhl •^^T^ J '^^p^^iR^,

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