Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1931 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1931
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11 _ j Aid of the irian'church has been. SUP* Wt" fc*:4! (MI* " "KnSSe. Twelve .ttwtw " 2 mon tl / nattily decorated, Eft-wsfJ r T!V? during . tm. AhteHcA to London KtiSSttf tt COUNTY ADVANCE, AJLQONA, IOWA PAGE THREB Magic of Better rt of last week federation con Favorite recipes ana a discussion followed the Pro. served a tray YOUNGEST GENERAL [of children whose par- Led here recently Ife-ve L There are four W. shildren, one boy .In the girl In the 7th, one in ' .toy-tat the.:third; Barton children,' one |g th grade, one In the I boy In the second; a l n ,the.7th, also a'Smith fcther Smith boy in the food Burtis Is also in Lie and Daryl Burtis in I Federation Meeting— Ichty, Mrs. I. H. Chap- Robert Masterson, and |te Agard attended a club meeting at [week Tuesday. A bus; wn s followed by lunch- There was a large at- he noxt 'county meet- Theld in May here, with imd the Tuesday and fclubs and -the clubs-at and" Fen ton as hos Lieut. Col. Thomas F. Rllea of , the Oregon National Guard was ap- , pointed a brigadier general of the 1 line In the United States army by President Hoover, and thereby be• came the youngest general in this I country, being only thirty-three years old. is Bride— Daughter of Mr. and iLuchslnger, south of rled Thursday Febru- icoe Holden, of Hardy, fcodlat parsonage, Hum- lev. J. A. Share official(were attended by the • Alice and E. A. Rum| newlyweda will farm 1 Lu Verne. ' . | at ClarksvliicC- Walns, who. had for been ' at Fort Dodge, tain was night operatdr J4 St. L. at Moorland, Itransfered to Clarks- Vain was M. & _St. L. i many years, arid was the Lu Verne State I going to Fort Dodge. iMtoher is Sick— trs. Ray Stone drove to ; last week Wednesday illed by news of the i ot Mrs. stone's moth- Schroeder. Mr. Stone jxt morning. The Rev. ler, who has been sick | disease a year, is able I about the house. i Edward Iteebe— . Rlstaus, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Julius Jove to Port Dodge lasl |ay evening to attend a irty honoring Edward Rlstau took along a |rthday cake which was i a Party- helical Young People's class met at Henry week Wednesday eve* f was a large attendance, 'IBS -was reorganized. jyjs teacher. Removed— i daughter of Mr, •ry Chrlsten-en, had. [removed at Mercy hos- Saturday. |lu Verne Newt Good Will club, [to have met with Mrs, »y. will not meet thU »Mrs, Shipley has gone • but will meet March Paul Blumer's. Mrs. is .president of the me«ts every three \ —=-., Herchner, "we from Spokane Sat"" for a month at her She had spent the I a daughter. The Ws4- I to drive to Chllllcothe, lr to visit another daugh- £ I. H. Benedict, their '"•jwd'Mrs. B, RUNAWAY HORSE KICKS WM, RATH, L UN HEAD Lone Rock, Mar. 10 — William Rath was seriously injured last week Thursday while trying to help one of his horses which 1iad been hurt in a runaway. His team .was hitched to a manure spreader, became frightened and ran away. They ran into a Shock of corn fodder, and broke the wagon tongue, which pierced the horse's body. While he tried to help, one horse kicked Mr.'Rath in the face and head, and 25 tHrec-ply stitches had to be taken. The cut runs below the temple, down the jaw and across the necki Visitors Return .to Home— * Chester Alme and Ersel Blan chard spent Sunday at the .John Sones' home at Cherokee. Mrs. Sones and daughter Beverly, who have been visiting at the J. M. Blandhard home for the past two weeks, returned with them. Attends State Convention- Mrs. Jessie Stebritz left Sunda; for Des Molnes, where she will at tend a cosmetologists' convention at the Hotel Fort Des Moines Mon day and Tuesday. at their' hew granddaughter don Hlbbard's. Mrs. Mary Ho'f n.nd her daughter Florence will entertain the Tuesday club this week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Shipley goes to Iowa City this week to enter the U hospital for a minor operation. Mrs. John Northrup Is at Mnson City, visiting her daughter, Mrs. Florence Herbener. -Mr;-arid Mrs. I.-H. Benedict drove to Oeheyedan for Sunday at Emll Meyer's. Mrs. Mary Hof was a guest at the Dick Ross .home, Humboldt, Sunday: The William Hedrlcks welcomed a new Bon last week Monday. MRS, MYRON SCHENCK OUT OF MINNEAPOLIS HOSPITAL Burt, Mar. 10—L. H. Schenck and the children went to Minneapolis Saturday to visit Mr. Schenck's mother, Mrs. Myron Schenck, and Bisters. ' They brought back Lloyd's wlfei who had been there a week, helping care for -the elder Mrs. Schenck, who had Just returned from a hospital, where she had an operation a couple of weeks ago. Mrs. Alice Anderson, Bancroft, went up with them to stay with her aunt, the elder Mrs. Schenck. EDERATED CLUBS WANT U, S, IN 'WORLD COURT' Lakota, Mar. 10—Swea City, Led- Vard, and Lakota woman's clubs were hostesses to the county feeler-' atlon last week Tuesday at the local Presbyterian church, More than 100 women attended. Mrs. Johnson, of Burt, county president, presided at a business meeting at 11 o'clock, and lunch was served at the church at 12:30. The following afternoon program was given: trumpet solo, Mrs. F. O. Johnson, Lakota; reading, Lor- alne Smith, Lakota; violin solo, Virginia Fults, Swea City; vocal solo, Mrs. O'Keefo, Lakota; piano solo, Grace Rink, Ledyard. An address was given toy Mary Winder, Washington, D. C., member of a national 'committee -for the prevention and cure of war. Miss Winder, who at present makes her headquarters at Des Molnes, gave a talk on the world court, .and .at the close the federation voted to send a telegram to President Hoover asking him to call a special'session of the Senate to ratify the world court treaty. The next meeting of the federation will be held at Lu Verne May B. ADOPTED BY KEMAL Kernel Pasha, president of Turkey, remembering the days when lie guarded sheep In the mountains of Ills country, recently adopted this young and friendless shepherd boy whom he Is having educated as beats the son of a ruler. READ THE WANT ADS END THE ADVANCE ONE YEAR as a birthday gift. 25tf SLEEPING ROOMS FOR Close In. Phone 478. RENT— 10p26 FOR SALE—ALFALFA HAY, loose, baled, or ground.—E. J. Gilmore. ^. 10p26 FOR RENT—TWO GOOD OFFICE rooms.—C. R. La Barre, phone 55. - 10U26-28 TWO SLEEPING ROOMS for rent; also board if desired. Phone 35-J. iOp'26-27 FOR SALE—BALED and baled straw.r—C. Burt. ALFALFA L. Dittmer, 10p26-27 GOOSEFEATHER PILLOWS FOR sale.—Mrs. John Weydert, Algona, Iowa. • 10p2B-26 machine and one mangle. All in first class condition. Call Advance. 26u27 FOR SALE—BETTER SEED corn at reductions of 'one-third to one- half. First and sweepstakes at Ames. Circular and price free.—A. C. Carlisle, %-mile east of Whdtte- more. ' ; • 27p'FB23-28 PILEPSY CURABLE? DETROIT lady finds complete relief for husband. Specialists home, abroad fail- d. Nothing to sell. All letters answered.—Mrs. Geo. Dempster, Apt. D-2, 6900 La Fayette Blvd. West, Detroit, Mich. 30p25-26 FOR SALE: TWO STACKS WILD hay. Everett Wltham, Phone 10F121. : 10p25-26 FOR SALE—HARD WOOD LUMber: wagon, cultivator, and mower tongues; • eveners, whiffletrees, bolsters, wagon cleats, reaches—at saw mill prices.—F. S. Thompson, phone 26F12, Algona. 23p25-28 FOR SALE: 7 YEARLING SHORT- horn bulls. Some large enough for service; also horses, two to six years old; and one white Holland turkey gobbler. Everett Witham. Phone IOFII'21.. 28p25-26 N MANY PAPERS HEREABOUTS it costs as high as 20c to reach each subscriber with advertising >ecause of. limited Circulation. The Advance circulation, on the con- rary, Is such that the cost is only bout one cent per family. 26tf FOR SALE CHEAP—2 OIL Burner heating stoves.—C. R, LaBarre, phone 55. 12U26-28 LOCATION FOR SANDWICH~~shop wanted' in Algona. Inquire at Advance. 10p26 Walsh Family In Illinois— The Hugh Walsh family left Friday for Reddlck, 111., for a •short visit. Mrs. Walsh, who has been visiting there, for the past two weeks will return home with them. Grade Operetta Well Attended— An operetta, "Twilight Alley," was given by four grades at the school gym last week Tuesday evening, and drew a large crowd. SPARE TIRE FOUND SATURDAY, ' block north of Dehnert hotel.— Ask Adva'nce. ' Ilu26 LOST—CANVAS, BETWEEN bakery and Milwaukee. Reward. — .eave at bakery. i 10p26 BUFF ROCK HATCHING EGGS.— Mrs. Harvey Steven, Sexton, Algona phone 29F24. Ilp26 Lawrence Dittmer Loses Appendix— Lawrence Dittmer had art emergency operation last week Monday for appendicitis. Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer was the surgeon. 'OR RENT—SLEEPING ROOM also garage. Call Advance or 362-J after six o'clock. 13g22tf FOR RENT—PARTLY MODERN 5 room house, near Catholic church and school.—Call 1 'Smoke Shop. 15p26 Two Marriage Permits. Marriage licenses were issued to two couples last week: Leslie Alleman; 24, Schedahl, Martha P. Kern, 17, Grimes; Henry Wlchtendahl, 40, West Bend, Lydla Seims, 34, Whittemore. from the First the Second ^1 —^ " ——» ww.t^a., *• I. Chapman, and Ruby Godfrey drove • Tuesday evening MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION Albert Ogren, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa, do hereby notify the qualified electors of the said City of Algonaj Iowa, that the regular municipal election of said City will be held on Monday, March 30th, 1981. The officials to be elected are as followa: Mayor, Treasurer, and six Coun- cllmen— A .Councilman Ward; , 'A. CJoUh'Cilman.from Ward; ' ' A Coupcilnaan from the Third Ward ; * ' A Councilman from the Fourth Ward; .Two Councilmen-at-Large. -Atoo a Park Commissioner for six years. PplJlnK.ptoce,a will he as follows: First Ward— Elbert Garage. Second 5 Ward— Kent Garage. Third Ward— Third Ward School. 'Fourth Ward— Sheriff's office. The followlnB are the Judges and Clerks of Election: Ward— Judges: B. H. Beard- Consults Eye Specialist- Fred Genrlch and Principal Geo. Manus drove to Fort Dodge last Thursday, where the latter consulted an eye specialist. Other Lone Bock. "Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rosendahl, of Superior, and Rose Krause, teaching af Ayrshire, spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Krause. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Genrlch drove to Fort Dodge last week Thura day. They attended a mail carriers' convention at Algona the same at ternoon. Mrs. Roy Jensen, Tina Jensen, Mrs. Art Sprank and Mrs. William Dudding attended an auxiliary meet Ing at Wesley last week Tuesday. Tom O'Donnell returned last week Tuesday from Texas, where he had gone with his sister Catherine. She will remain there for her health. Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Mrs. W. J Cotton left Monday morning for Rochester where Mrs, N. L. Cotton will go through the Mayo clinic. The Mite society will meet with Mrs. William Knoll next weelt Thursday. Mrs. I. W. Nelson w<II be assistant hostess. The Jack Quinn family spent the week-end in Plpestone, Minn., where they visited Mrs. Quinh's mother Mrs. F. M. Kerr. One of Alex Rodlg's boys was operated on for appendicitis at the Algona hospital last, week "Chip" Sharp is announcing a St Patrick's dance. Paul Davis' or chestra will furnish the music. Those sick are the B, M. Jensen family and Catherine Flaig, daueh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flaig. , Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Godden have moved tp Burt, where they wil stay with their son Bert. The S- W. Nelson family, of Ben eqa, moved on the Hutchinson farm two miles north of town, Delbert Sharp returned from Oma ha after spending most of the win ter with the Ollie Tyjers. The C C. Cushlngs, of Swea City visited at the Jim Ackernmn home Saturday. sley, Adel Mcponald, B. W. Lusby. Clerto; Leora St. John, Hazel Dal- Ward — Judges: Lottie Lynn JCe»th, and Frank d and WANTED—CREAM, EGGS, AND poultry.—Fairmont Creamery Co., H. H. Boettcher, Rep. 10u25t£ HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the expense and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told from typewriting.—Advance.' 25tf PAINT PRICES ARE~LOWER— Many new paint items now ,in stock. Outside houi^e paint, $1.95 gal. Red barn, $1.25 gal; .white lead 12c per pound. Linseed Oil, 89c per gal.—Gamble Stores. 32-2 FOR SALE—IOGOLD AND EARLY Champion seed' oats; a few bu Golden King seed corn; a few Hampshire sows and Shropshire ewes.—Paul Blumer, 2 miles south Galbraith, phone 6F12 Lu Verne. p2 ON HAND AT ALL TIMES—BABY chicks, Hawkeye brooder houses and hog houses, • Simplex broode stoyes, poultry, supplies. Get our low prices before buying. -— Phone No 00, Kossuth Co. Hatchery, Algona DR. ERICKSON PRODUCED A wonderful new Eczema remedy that we guarantee.—K. D. James. 14p26 FOR SALE-250-EGG INCUBATOR; also dozen round steel coope, good condition. — O. H. Engstrom, phone 20F2. •••:. 15p26 FOR SALE: IOGOLD SEED OATS, rust resistant, free from barley. Sam Mogler, West iBend, Phone 3 on 28. . . 1&P26 HOUSEKEEPER WANTS WORK for bachelor or widower. No objections to one or two. In family. Call Advance. 17p25-26 FOR SALE—TABLE POTATOES, 85c per bu.; seed or table, $1^ per bu. at the farm.—Ray McWhorter, Burt. 19u2B PIlilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIN Mail-a-Want To Fill-a-Want . • . .. , . . . Because of the Advance's county wide circulation, want advertising In this paper U exceptionally protective. At the iuu time It li Inexpensive. BepUes often cost the advertiser less than a cent apiece. Note—Except lonj "reader*" any kin* of afTertlitnr set In the same type as the news is a "want ad." You "want" to sell as well ai buy, yon "want" to trade, yon'"want?* to rant a honi* or farm, yon "want" to take cows to pasture, etc. All mch advertising to called "want" advertlslnc by newspapers. 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. » : 2Sp24-27 IOGOLD OATS FOR SALE, 35c AT the farnj, bin run; 40c' cleaned. Free from barley. — Harry Ward, phone 2F31. ' 19u26 FOR SALE: TWO EXTRA GOOD Holstein bulls, one three years old and one eight months old.— Edward Len»,. Lu Verne, Iowa. 19p26 LEGHORN CHICKS AT? |0 TILL April 1. Week-old " chicks, $10, March 14 delivery. Custom Hatching. $2.95. Wellendorf -Hatchery, PORTABLE, TYPEWRITERS-Royal and Corona.. Several demonstrators at bargain prices. Typewriter repair work and cleaning,— Typewriter Exchange, Esthervllle. FOR SALE •-•- FIVE PUREBRED • Duroc sows to farrow in March; no Necro, and vaccinated. At a bargain, $16 each.—A. C. .Carlisle. mile east of WhHtemore, FB26p25-Z6 DEMON- machlnes new subtracting models, sales, and service —Typewriter Exchange, Esthervllle 26P26-28 FOR SALE—SEVERAL stratlng Victor adding at a good discount; 'also FOR 1 SALE; 1' PERFECTION OIL stove, three burners, practically new, Also 1 large Thor washing >*»"«ra t<aoi,4S \ , ' iPMNBWi l» iff |P ^^jjF T^^W, owa. 32u24-27 ST, BENEDICT MAN FALLS; HURTS ARM AND BREAKS RIBS St. Benedict, Mar. 10—Henry Seller suffered an accident last week Wednesday while he was helping his sons load straw Into a trailer. He fell, broke three ribs, bruised an arrn, and suffered scratches in his face. His arm Is still stiff and sore. Mr. Seller lives one mile west of St. Benedict, and he hasn't been doing general farming during the last few years, confining his attention to raising hogs, etc., and helping his sons, who work the land. Julius, his parents, and Martin live across the road on the Frank Grandgenett farm. Mission Services In Progress— Mission services which began at the local church Sunday morning have been well attended at all services. Morning high mass is at 9, and evening services at 7:30. The closing night will 'be Saturday evening. Charles Marsos Here Again—Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Marso, of Crystal Lake, have moved to the farm south of St. Benedict vacated by Julius 'Studer, and the Frank Benteles have moved from near Algona to the Lou Kutchara place. Father Arndorfer Visits Here— The Rev. A. J. Arndorfer", of Charter Oak, came Monday to attend the Mission meetings here and visit the home folks. Mrs. Anna Huachka Were at Mason City and Clear Lake Tuesday, and Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer and her son Edward accompanied them aa 'ar as Clear Lake. Isadore Elsen-' barth was at Mason City the same day, on business. Mrs. Henry Seller and Mrs. J. L. •,. Flaskopf were at Tltonka last week Tuesday, helping Mrs. Seller's . daughter, Mrs. 'Martin Blelch, a*hd 'he latter's husband move. Mr. Blelch has been employed at the creamery at Tltonka two years. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Arndorfer entertained at dinner Sunday a MrX,. Sanford, of Algona, and Loretta Reindt, of Manly, who came Friday evening and went home Sunday afternoon. Marie' Grandgenett and Christine Eisenbarth, employed at Algona, spent Sunday with their parents, respectively, Mr. and Mrs. John Grandgenett and Mr. and Mrs. L»- dore Eisenbarth. The Edw.^Arndorfers moved last week from the Godfrey dairy farm to a farm which Mr. Arndorfflr rented east of the Hanna Switch. " The Emll F. Arndorfers .and Amelia and Wllma Arndorfer were Algona shoppers Monday. Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer entertained at her first Lorkln club meeting last Thursday afternoon. County Agent Morrison spent >la*t week Tuesday here, looking after Farm Bureau affairs. Mrs. Julian Arndorfer has been sick with the grip. IP YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy or sell, or exchange, write for our special low classified advertising rates and liat of the leading county weeklies of Iowa.—IOWA NEWS- APERS INC., 214 Royal Union Other St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer and Phone Directors Named. Burt, Mar. 10—At the annual meeting of the Burt Telephone company at the Beltone theater last week Tuesday afternoon,, P. F. Krlethe and G. J. F. Vogel were reelected directors. Bldg., Des Momea, Iowa. g32tf REGISTERED CERTIFIED Grimm alfalfa, scarified sweet clover. No quack grass, Canadian, thistle, dodder, buckhorn. Lowest prices ever quoted. Seed shipped subject inspection, freight prepaid. Write for club offer, free samples.—North Dakota Grimm Alfalfa Association, Fargo, N. D. (Cooperative organization; over 500 growers). 42(1)25-28 SALESMEN WANTED—WE need men in Iowa to sell our highly refined, distilled, and filtered tractor and motor oils to the farm tra'de, with credit accommodation to Fall of 193i without note. Interest, or mortgage. Liberal commission to salesmen, with weekly advancements and full settlement first of each month. Must have car.—Lennox Oil & Paint Co., Dept. Sales, Cleveland Ohio. 61p26 Long's Grocery ALSO MEATS PHONE YOUR ORDERS—PHONE NOS. 214 and 215 Tvlake use of our Free Delivery. "* N . .'' ' ' BIGHT NOW PRICES 2 pounds extra fancy Dates —. 25c Shoe-String Potato Chips, large box —. 25c Northern Tissue, large tube —._.—~;—40c Karo Syrup, large pail —64c 8 oz. bottle Vanilla ... . — 88c Candy Bars, 2 for _____.: 6c Pork Cutlets, per Ib. 20c Lard, 2 Ibs. 1 25c Bobby Stewart String Beans, can 22c Butternut Coffee, 3 Ib. can $1.15 AGENTS FOR MOR-KIK CHICKEN MASH BULK OATS FOR CHICKENS EGGS ARE UP We sell Pilot Mound Oyster Shells. Only 2e a Word Each Week No Insertion Leu Than 20c a Week | — We Do Not Charge Want Ada — Stamps, Cash, or Check MUST Accompany Order | CLIP T HIS ORM AND FILL IT IN Your Name.- „_„„.,,„.-_..-._:.„__.•.„—. Address...™—_—.__^________. • i . . • ' ''•'•''. ; ^ • ' ' * . • ... : How many weeks isadvertisement to run?.__.._ __________ Amount enclosed $. Ifoto-rWrtt« plainly! one word In each space below, Including- name, addreiV, and phone. If yon do not want yo«r nane to appear, do net write name )• fora below but count four extra word* to cover cost of keeping track of rcpl»*» aud forwardlnr. Advertisement •nit reach Advance l»y 10 o'clock Taetday morning to Insure Insertion In regular want column; if received later H way appear else, when, . '••''•:;''' • • v • . ' •• ".•'•- '' g—-j*- ^"IJTH- Htlf Rates for County Farm Bureau Member* Farmer* who »re puld^vp members of the Kossath County F»rm Bure*« aud their fawilkis «r« entitled to * special One-Cent-a-Word rate, bwt to pet it they must sign the following Certificate I hereby eorWfy tk*t I w» • farmer and a pald-wp member of the Kouwth County farm • or a •••••••••illjjil Iv^lf'^fji'f^^

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