Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1931 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN CASH PAID FOR CREAM, EGGS, AND POULTRY Fairmont Creamery Co., Station H. H. BOETTCHER, Representative. Your patronage solicited. Across from Kohlhaas Garage. SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS THE SEED SEASON IS HERE AGAIN We have bought a straight carload of Northrup King & Co.'s field seeds, and have the seeds in our warehouse. Come in and inspect these seeds, let us figure your requirements, and let us have your orders early so we can give you the best seeds while this carload lasts. We carry a great many varieties of both field and garden seeds of the,best quality. We will be glad to show you what we have, in stock or will gladly get, on short notice, any kinds of seeds which you may want. Algona Flour & Feed Co. PHONE NO. 257 Start the Chicks Right Are the first hundred years the hardest? Perhaps not in a chick's life, but the kind of feed they get in the first few weeks determines the health and vitality of the bird. The Ames All-Mash Starter and Growing Mash, with its ten perfectly balanced ingredients, including buttermilk and cod liver oil, supplies all the health- giving vitamins necessary for quick growth. Our chick mash is always freshly mixed, which is necessary when cod liver oil is used. Try this: Give the Ames All-Mash Ration a real test Check the results. Then you'll know the difference. Selling price: $2.65 per cwt. in single sacks, $2.50 in 5-sack lots or more. . r;"' ' ' • • Northwestern Elevator £. R. KISING Poultry Raisers HERB, AT LAST, is a practical solution of the brooder heating problem! AYeal life-saver for baby chicks! You can raise more v chicks and healthier chicks with D. L. & W. Blue Brooder Fuel. ' ••<•-.. Blue Brooder Fuel is Pennsylvania hard coal— mined from America's richest anthracite veins and especially prepared for brooder heating purposes. No elaborate^equlpment is necessary for burning Blue Brooder Fuel. You can convert your present equipment cheaply'and easily. Come in today and let us tell you more about Blue Brooder Fuel, and jusf how best to handle it. You'll save"time and raise more chicks this modern, easy way. F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 221) — The — 'Dependon Grocery Still have some of that "Pure" Minnesota Sorghum in gallons, halves, and quarts—the finest for your morning pancakes or waffles. Honey is also very nice, 2 cakes for 25c, Come in and see our line of kippered, smoked, salted, or spiced fish and herring. It is a new, fresh supply. Our "Pure Quill" coffee, tea, /ind spices are leading sellers in the community and so are "Richelieu" and "Baby Stuart" groceries in general. —At- AKRE'S TWO TOWNSHIP F,B, MEETINGS NEXT_FRIDAY Lakota, March 3 — The general meeting ot Lincoln township Farm Bureau met at the J. H. WJarbur- tons' Friday evening, with 40 present. Henry Patterson is township County president Frank talk on- Farm' Bu- Mrs. F. O. Johnson president, MM. Julia Wortman, vice- president, and Mrs. Jerry Ukena, secretary-treasurer. *he ReV. F. O. Johnson, George Mussman, and Oran O'Keefe went to Lake Mills last week president. RyersOn gnve reau activities. and Dorothy Hardln, public school tacher, played a piano fluet, and the Rev. Mr. Johnson and Miss 'Hardln, sang solos. Ledyard and Lincoln townships will have a joint meeting atMhe Methodist church March 13. Ed Droessler, 'Bancroft, Myron Johnson, Swea City, and the Isenberg quartet will appear. in the program. __ M Attend Training School— The training school for Sunday school teachers, sponsored by the Methodist churches of the Forest City group, opened last week Tuesday evening nt the Buffalo Center church with 54 present. There are four courses available. The Rev. Mr. Busch, of Forest City, outlines the teaching: program of the church: Mrs. F. O. Johnson teaches Psychology oC Middle Adolesence; Mrs. Crawford, of Thompson, primary methods; and the Rev. Mr. Johnson, New Testament. Lakota was represehted" by the superintendent, F. G. Torino; secretary, Dorothy Clemens; six teachers, and six young people. . . Achievement D»y Is Planned — Neale S. , Knowles, head of the woman's project work in the extension department' at Amesr • and Muriel Body, H. D. A., were luncheon guests of the Warburtons last week Wednesday. The afternoon -was spent making plans for Achievement day, May 28, a county meeting' to be held at Algona March 6, a contact meeting with our district committee -woman, Mrs. W. E. Jacobs, of Forest City the latter part of March, and checked township reports 8Ul>mlttod to the F. B. office. Blacksmith to Sell Machinery- Ed Underdahl, -who owns and manages the local blacksmith shop, has taken over tha ' McCormick- Deerlne line and will sell in connection with his shop. Mr. Stratman, of Buffalo Center, who owned the implement shop that burned some time ago, will discontinue business here. Tom Tamen, who was local manager of the shop, is now in the real estate business. E. L. to Sponsor Movie— Dale Estle led Epworth League Sunday night, and discussion on "How Old is Your Religion?" was in teresting. A number of the Buffalo Center League were present and took part in the discussion. The League is sponsoring a benefit movie, "The Silver Horde," March 6-10. Two Firsts Won In Declaim— In the district declamatory contest at Tltonka last week Wednesday evening Lakota high school won two firsts: Wm. Clemens in oratorical, and Norman ..JYerklnK _ in dramatic. James Logan, of tedya'rd, won first in humoroy^. .,All_.three Judges were from Emmetsburg. "'' Mrs. Kihl's Sistcr-tn-Law Ill- Mrs. Ed Kahl spent part of last week at Fort Dodge with her sister- in-law, Mrs. E.' H. 'Stelnhoff, who had an operation for gallstones and was not expected to live. Later reports, however, state that she is some better and may recover. S. 8. Class Has a Party- Mrs. William Schroeder and Mrs. Harvey Johnson entertained 38 members of the young married people's Sunday school class at the Presbyterian church parlor last week Friday. The evening was spent in singing, games, eats, etc. evening- to attend a Forest ' City group Brotherhood meeting and report a fine meeting. A Mr. Kellog. of Crystal Lake, and the R«v. Mr. Woikel, Thompson, sp»ke. The Rev. Mr. Johnson sang a solo. B. R. Worley and James Altwegg attended a meeting of .the county bankers at Algona a-^e'ek ago Monday evening. Banker, .Kennedy,' of- Bancroft, was elected president. Mr. Worley was president last' year, ,--.' The Louis Sachs Visited' Mrs. William Davis, north of BUIfalo Center, last . Thursday. Mrs. Davis broke her ankle two weeks ago, and Is confined to her bed. Mesdames A. Q. Smith, F. O. Johnson, F. G. Torlne and J. H. Warburton visited Mrs. Samuel Warburton at the Fairmont hospital last week Thursday. Mrs. E. R. Worley entertained ths Methodist Aid last week Wednesday. Mrs. Zlelske entertained the Lutheran Aid in the church the same day. La Verne Leisveld and Evert Rlp- pentrop entertained 60 friends at the Woodman hall Friday evening with games and dancing. Mrs. Alrec Boeckholt and daugh ter Harriet, of Titonka, visited here last week Wednesday and also at tended Methodist Aid. George Winter spent Friday at a board meeting of the North Iowa Marketing association at Mason City. The William .Kelnltzs, who hare spent "the" past two 'weeks 'at Mason City came back last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Jagcr and daughter Freda; 1 and the. F. /Adams, visited. at Charles City last week. Vera Sachs spent last week with "Grandpa and Grandma" Weise and helped with housework, Peter Hans Sr. came home last week after a visit with Peter Jr. at Story City. Swea City Bakery, haa Installed a new Sanitary, doughnut^mafelng ma-chine, Other Sweii City. Mrs.' Harold Ditsworth, manager of the local telephone exchange, T. F, Johrison, and Mrs. Laura Keat' ing, manager of the Alden, Minn., exchange, went to Emmetsburg last week Tuesday afternoon to attend a meeting of the Iowa Union Telephone company, a' subsidiary of the Midwest Utility company. • • , Mrs.. Pauf Sayers, her daughters Gwendolyn and Marjoriei and Har- rletta Olson, New Prague, Minn.* visited with friends , and relatives here Sunday. Mr r Bayers ope'rates a bakery at New Prague, and Miss Olson Is In his employ. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson are again residents of the community, having moved back Saturday from Duncombe, where Leonard was managing a farm. , Mrs. E. L. Hansen was called to Sioux City Friday by news of the death of her sister, Mrs.' T. B. Johnson, who was buried there Monday. The Oliver Ewlng restaurant has been sold to Mr. and Mrsl Ed Mitchell, of Fenton. GOOSfif*8AtHBft PILLOWS sole.—Mrs. John Weydert, Algona, Iowa. , FOR SALE: TWO STACKS WILD hay. 'Everett Wltham, Phone 10F121, 10p2B-2« FOR SALE-^FEW BROOD SOWS .for'April farrow.- phone 11F2. -Jens Sorensen, 12FB24-25 FOR SALE—ALFALFA HAY, »10 per ton.—Call Floyd Rlehhoff, phone 20F23/ ESTRAYED-rSPOTTED POLAND Durant, Al* ' .I0p25 China , boar.—-Wm. gona, phone 4>vy. : I '• FOrt SALE: GENUINE RED River Onto.- Potatoes for seed, inquire at Sllyer.Qroy, Cafe. ,' 14u25 WANT-ED-^-CREAMi EGGS, AND poultry.—rFairmont Creamery "Co., H. H. Boettcher, Rep. • 10u25tf FOR RENT — PARTLY MODERN house, near parochial school.—-Inquire at Smoke Shop. 12p25 SWEA CITYANS BADLY HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT Swea City, Mar. 3—Geneva Picht was seriously injured in an automobile accident Saturday night. Her left arm was broken In two places above'-the elbow; her»legs were badly cut, and she suffered bruises of her chest. Others in the car were. Gordon Wcscott, driver, who was badly bruised'and cut; Ha Gushing, who was "bruised; and Wilbur Gillan, who suffered a badly cut hand and arm. WESLEY'S F,B, HOLDS MEET AT SEXTON'S HALL Sexton, -Mar. 3—Nearly 150. persons attended a Wesley township 'Farm Bureau meeting Friday evening' at the-.hall -here. Members of the Irvlngton Farm Bureau were guests. A program was given: Four numbers by a 1 Wesley orchestra, Mrs.. Jorgen Skow, leader; recitations; a reading, Abraham Lincoln! Irma Ward; a play, The Farmer, with a cost of seven; talk on the Farm Bureau, C. R. Schoby; debate on, Resolved, That the farm boy has more opportunities than the city boy. In this debate there were three speakers on each side, and one from each side on rebuttal. The crowd voted a decision, and 64 votes were cast for the farm boy side, 62 for FOR RENT—SLEEPING ROOM; also garage. Call Advance or 362-J after six o'clock. 13g22tf FOR SALE-HOiBU. MEDIUM RED clover seed.—J. Ci Mawdsley, Irv- lngton,,'phone 14F22. 13pFB22-25 FOR SALEr-ONE MILKING strain Shorthorn bull.—J. "C. Mawdsley, Irvlngton, phone 14F22. pFB22-25 |FOR SALE—ONE 70-FT. STEEL windmill tower.—J. C, Mawdsley, Irvlngton, .-phone 14F22. pFB22-25 The accident occurred three eouth and one mile east of the city boy side, voted. No one under 15 Mrs. 8. Warburton Has Operation— Mre. J. H. Warburton spent last week Tuesday at the Fairmont clinic hospital with, her sister, Mrs. 6am- ( uel Warbu'rton.'vpf^S.wea'City,- • who underwent, a major 'operation there Monday. Mrs. Warburton ' is recovering satisfactorily. •:•'••/ , Birthday Dinner It Given- Mrs. B. R. Worley entertained the A. F. Iversons and the George Rinderknechts of Rlngsted at a birthday dinner Sunday. Mr. Rinderknecht's birthday was Sunday, and Mr. Worley's was Monday. miles town. The road going east ends there, but the driver thought it went straight on. There is a steep grade, and the car landed in a ditch from which it ran up into a field. The car was damaged almost beyond repair. Swea Cltj-ans B. B, Champs—At Ledyard last week-end Swea City won the county basketball crown for the third consecutive year. The locals first won from Bancroft, 27^5, then from Ledyard, 20-15. This advanced them 'to the .semi-finals; Winning from Tltonka, 19-4, they played the final' game' itgitnfit^Feh- ton, and .this was a walkaway, 17-4. The "Deemers" brought home a gold basketball trophy. It will soon be necessary to build a trophy case, here,' Many Attend Religion* School— A "Standard" religious training school has been opened at Arm- stropg. There was an attendance of 90 at the first session, and more than 100 persons, including. 20 from Swea City, attended the second meeting. There are primary, senior, New Testament, and teachers' classes. Graettinger, Esthervllle, DollI- Ver, Fenton, Armstrong-, and Swea City Methodist churches are co-operating in support of the school. Cooking School Big Success— A free cookng school sponsored week before last by the Herald and the business men was a rousing success. 'It was conducted by Mrs. Lulu GIlium, of Kansas City, who spent ten years as a Smith-Hughes home economic* Instructor, and is the author of several books. Helen Preaton, Instructor in home economics here, uses one of the books, entitled "Modern Food Studies." The school had an attendance of 250. Herman Wise New Postmaster- Herman Wise has moved the post- office from the Neuman store to his own store. Mrs. John Harris was appointed postmistress January 1, but'fell and broke a hip the same week, and so was unable to take up the work. Herman took the examination and now has the appointment. Farewell for Mr. and Mrs. Sanders— A surprise farewell party was given for Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders last week Tuesday evening, with 50 friends in attendance. The evening was spent at games, and refreshments were served late in the evening. LOST—BLACK LEATHER COIN , purse containing change, keys, and sliver knife. Reward. — Phone 289. , 14p26 FOR SALE—TABLE POTATOES, 85c per bu.; seed or table, $1 per bu. at the farm.—Ray McWhorter, Burt. 19u25 BINDER CANVAS LOST SATUR- day on the McGregor road east of town, vator. Finder 'leave atVRising ele- 15fb26 HOUSEKEEPER WANTS WORK for bachelor or widower. No objections -to one or two -in family. Call Advance. 17p25-26 K. D. JAMES RECOMMENDS AND guarantees Erlckson's wonderful new Eczema remedy for the most severe cases. , 15p25 BARGAIN FOR YOU — HOUSE with lots at St. Benedict; cheap if taken soon, and four extra lots free. Inquire People's Savings Bank, St. Benedict. 23p24-7? NOTICE—I WILL NOT BE RE- sponslble for any business transacted except that which I contract personally—Ello Rahn, Lone Rock 21p23-25 NOTICE—I WILL NOT BE RE- s'ponslble for any business trans- act*JY>»xcept that*' which I contract personally:: Rock. • Oorira'd Rahnv v 'Lone . 21p23-2E PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS-Roy- .al and Corona. Several demonstrators at bargain prices. Typewriter repair work and cleaning.— Typewriter Exchange, Esthervllle. Grosenbachs to Button Farm — The Albert Grosenbachs have moved onto, the W. A. Dutton farm at the edge of Sexton Friday. They came from a farm near St. Benedict. The Ray Olsens have moved to the FOR SALE — FIVE PUREBRED Duroc (Bows to farrow In March; no Necro, and vaccinated. At a bargain, $15 each.—A. C. Carlisle, mile east of Whlttemore. FB28p25-26 FOR SALE—SEVERAL fitrating Victor adding DEMON- machlnea at a good discount; aleo new subtracting models, sales, and service —Typewriter Exchange. Eathervllle I5p25-28 So* tor the H. T. Announcement has been received Ferne Hoalson Is BrUe— Feme Roalson, Swea City, and BEST FREE DELIVERY SERVICE IN ALGONA of the birth of an 8V4 lb. boy to the H. T. Atteberry's, of Gait, last week. The Atteberrys managed the barber shop, now owned by Oran O'Keefe'e, last summer. Priacllla Club Is Entertained— Mesdames Loyal Gingrich and John Heetland entertained the Priscilla club and husbands at the Gingrich home last week Tuesday evening. The evening was spent play- Ing cards. '..••;••'. . .'.. ': . ' .CWcfc .Hatchery to Reopen— {• William >'8pecht,; ( who-rOperated-,a 'chick; halSiJiery ; here" last year IB getting rea^y for business, again this year, and he will put -in -the first eggs the first of the week. Other Lakota. Mrs. William Turley was hostess to the Presbyterian Missionary society last Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Clifford Freeark as assistant. Mrs. Frerking led devotionals and election of officers resulted in the re-election of Emma Gutknecht, Nels Martinson, Forest City, were married Saturday evening at the home of "the bride's'aunt, Mrs. C. O. Peterson. The 'Ceremony was performed at 8 p. m., and a light luncheon was served. The bride was attended by her sister Hazel, and the best man was the bride's brother Harold. Merle McAnlneh to Ledyard— Merle McAnlneh, who had been in charge of the service department of thf 'Johnson Chevrolet - company here, has moved to Ledyard, where he. has gone into partnership with rRpy.'.IdnkSinsa-garage. John fikrom- me-is'taking ''Merle's place here.' John was formerly with the Swea Motor company. Mrs. Warburton Has Operation— Mrs. Samuel Warburton is at a Fairmont hospital, where she had an operation for tumor last week Monday. She ie reported doing nicely. Installs Doughnut Machine- Guy Peterson, proprietor of the farrn. they vacated. Birthday Surprise party Given— Mrs. G. B. Wise and her children attended a birthday surprise • party. for Charles Stratton, Mrs. Wise's son-in-law, Sunday evening. The Strattona live north of Hutchlns. • Other Sexton News. Carl Paetz returned Friday from Hartford, Wls., where he had wire wheels put on his Kissel coach. He was at Hartford a week. Mr. Paetz also has a 7-passenger Kissel sedan. The Kissel factory to at Hartford. Roy Wadlelgh left last Thursday night with hie stock and machinery for the new farm home in Indiana. He had had the Dutton farm. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders entertained at Sunday supper Mrs. Sanders' brother, John Pink, near Tl- tonka, and his family. The John Millers, Mr. and Mra. Oscar Hamond, and the Chester ths, "Wesley, were :Sunday guests of Mr*.- Amy Smith. ' : ' ' ••• " ; ; ..t'jMrs. Hqmer .Anderson 'and her Jlt- tlel daughter Ma"ry Joari spent Sunday with' -Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. John Harris. . A number of Sexton people attended Sunday school and services at the Algona Methodist church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Lucas and Mrs. W. W. Smith, of Ralph, S. D., were Sunday guests of Mrs. Amy Smith. "John McMahon has moved to the farm at the west edge of Sexton vacated by the John Stella. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders left Tuesday for a new home on their farm near De» Molnes. Carl Paetz, his daughter Freda, and son Charles aptiit Monday at Dee Moines. FOR SALE—BETTER SEED corn -« at reductions • of onerthird» tpfaem- half. First and sweepstakes a 'Ames. V Circular and prfce"f reel—A C. Carlisle, %>mlle east of WJritte more; r 27pFB23-2 FOR SALE: 7 YEARLING SHORT ' horn bulls: S6me largg'enoirgh- fo service; also horses, two to six years old; and one white Holland turkeji gobbler. Everett Withahi. Phone lOFim. 28p25-2 EXPERIENCED SINGLE FARM hand, age 30, wante work b month on farm. Experienced wit 1 tractors and milking machines. N boozer.—801 East State gona, phone 241-W. street, Al 27p2 FOR SALE — EIGHT YEARLING Holateln heifers, 2 registered, grades. From dams of 300 to 35 Ibs. butterfat. Sire, Plebe Captal Ormsby. Nicely marked. — S. R Parsons, Irvington. 27FB24-2 FOR SALEr-SOY BEAN SEED; Ji new variety called "Illln!." Yield 10 ;p*r cent more seed , than th«. 'Manchu, and' matures only 6 day* lifter. "Will maketgood-hay. A,yellow bean.—A. < B/"8ch«nck, •Algona. "•' - SSFB ON HAND AT ALL TIMES—BABY chlcke, Hawkeye brooder houses and hog houses, Simplex brooder stoves, poultry supplies, Get our low prices before buying. — Phone No. 800, Kossuth Co. Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. »2u24-27 IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy or,wU, or exchange, writ* for our special tow claMlf|ed advertising rates and lUt of the leading oounty weeklle* of Iowa.—IOWA' NEWSPAPERS INC., 114 Royal Bldg.. Pea Moines, Iowa. Union glltf WANT ADS ROOMBJ88WANTEI>—BOS . phone *-48$-W.' '*£ Wp2 ¥ , SEND THE ADVANCE ONE TEAR, aa a birthday gift. asa FOR SALE — SMALL house.—D. B. Austin. MODERN 7P21-25 MODERN B-ROOM BUNGALOW for rent.—Dr. F. L. Tribon. 9p25 FOR RENT—7-ROOM HOUSE AT 126 south Colby.—Phone 27F2. p25 FOR SALE — STACK OF WILD hay.—Jerts Sorenaen, phone 11F2. CARD OF THANKS — W* wish to thank all friends and neighbor*, also the minister and singers tor itheir -kindness and sympathy shown in' our recent bereavement.—L. JT If.wman.-Ira Lowman,.Mr. .and Mrs, JS. C. Withanv Mr. and -Mrs. TRr, Rj TmJth,,Mr. apd .Mrs. .Lojiis Lawman r ; . ari^ffamljles, antflir and Mrs? .Roy Lowman. •; • ; REGISTERED CERTIFIED Qrlmm alfalfa, scarified sweet clover. No quack grass, Canadian thistle, dodder, buckhorn. Lowest prices ever quoted. Seed shipped subject Inspection, freight prepaid. Write tor club offer, free samples.—North Dakota Grimm Alfalfa, Association Fargo, N. D. (Cooperative organiza- 10FB24-25 tlon; over'600 growers). 42(1)25-28 PROTtCTIOI FOR LIFE 'ipbMElN...letusshtw, the only Cream Sen ar ybu need never "trade ... the Separator that t /liever gb back to the f ac t r for "re-balancing"' l Separator backed by' strongest guarantee LA written for your protecttoJH In addition to the Self-B, ancing Bowl, you will be lighted with the unusual clj struction that makes theAJ ker-Holth so easy to cT and so easy to turn. ANKER-HOLTH Cream Separator with the famous SELF-BALANCING BOWL 1 Interchangeable Discs have no numbers or notches. . . put them together any way you like. 9 Antonutlc Olilhr... no oil holes or oil cups... all moving parts oiled at start, of handle. 8 Shortest Handle ever placed on a separator ... proof of easy turning. 4 Cream delivered at both of bowl, Bklm-mllk at ... no chance of Intei Ing. 6 Bcmotatle Bowl' ... no unsanitary cast bowl housing. 6 Precision •wbrkmanihlp t rivals the skin ot a watt maker. Drop in and let us tell you the whole story ALGONA—Farmers General Store, Hobart'n, BURT—J. II. Graham. WESLEY—Lease & Leate. WHITTEMORE—L. W. Swangon. LOTTS CREEK—Lotta Creek Store. Opening SALE Farm Implements AUCTIO CORWITH, IOWA —on- Commencing at 2 o'clock EVERYBODY COME! Four or Five Thousand Dollars Worth Ne wMachinery to Be Sold. 7 TERMS—Cash or 'tee your banker, Farmers' Lumber Co, Herman Brummond, Auctioneer. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BfHBHIM^^^^ Clean Gotten Rag« Wanted-A* Prices Wall Pap See our new line before you buy The Rexall Stare Att 1931 Designs K. 0. James, 4ftH«

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