Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1931
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tpmt - '*'"**• KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA, TOWA PAGE! TttftBll tour Maytw will still be ,j n a you faithful service ar s and years after other rashers have worn out • • aa&fy for homa without tltdrlcily, Hif Maytag washer it availabli wttft in-built gasoline motor, MAYTAG FRED JACOB IS PARTYHOKOREE ATWHJTJEMORE Whlttemoro, Apr. IS — A largo number of relatives and friends surprised I'Yoil Jacoh fit a birthday inrty Sunday evening. Five hundred was played at six tables, and the )i/,'h .score won won by Rmll Frank, Fenton, low by Cleorge .Tent-/., Fenton. GuestM were: the Walter, (icorgo, and F. \V. Jontzea, the Arthur Millers, the Kmll Franks, and tlie Chnrlcs Newels, all of Fenton; the Delbert Kaunas and Walter KrausoH, I^one Roek; the Car] Dreyers, the George Wtnkels, and the Albert Wlttkopfs, Lotts Creek; and the John Jacobs, Algona. Lunch was served in courses. Surprise Honors (lip Knockers— A surprise party recently tooV place at the Mrs. Oeo. Maahs home In honor of the 30th wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Henry Kuecker. Attending were the William and Raymond AVilsons, the William Kueckers, and the C. C. and John Baas families, all of West Bend; the Edward Kueck- ers, I.,otts Creek; the Fred Wagners, the Jos. Essers, the Henry and George Schultzes, and the Harold Kueckers, Whlttemore. Cards were layed and lunch was served from askcts brought by the guests. The Cueckers received many gifts. -lenry Schultz home, east of town, and Lillian Meldemvlth was also a guest. Augusta. Haag, Centervlllo, S. D., spent a few days last week with her mother, Mrs. 1'eler Hajrg, and -helped her sister Kathryn Haag move o a new location. The Haag cafe, which has been moved to the Skow building on east Main, held a reopening Saturday. Tlie building had been redecorated and remodeled. The Francis filberts drove to llemsen Sunday to visit relatives, ind were accompanied by Marcclla Hoffman, Remsen, who had been working for tlie Elberts. Edna Iiatirltzen entertained the Fenton Standard Bearers last week Monday night. After a business meeting she served lunch. A letter from Mrs. K M. .Dock- ley says she will come home next week. She spent the winter with her son W. I«. at Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. D. Cordes was called to Blue program here, Ijakota gave a short program after the luncheon. Mrs. I. T3. Wor'tman ' read a paper, "America In Music Today"; Mrs. Powers was not able to be present so 1 Mrs. Hamriulst read her paper on Music Modernized; one minute talks were given by some, of the other club members on, "How Music Has Enriched My Life." Former fjiiholnn Is John Torino, of Tjivermore, and Mrs. Anna Hofdn.nl, Minneapolis, were married at Fort Dodge April 4. John Is a brother of F. G. Torlne and was born and raised on the Torino farm southwest of town. Anna Is a sister of Mrs. Oran O'Kecfe and was born In Ledyard, her parents, the Kwan Olsons, later moving to Lakota, where Mr. Ol«on had a harness shop. John managed the local lumber yard for many years when It was owned by Queal & Co. The Torine.s have purchased a restaurant In Esthervllle. A WASHER MODEL F INOT ILLUSTPATfO' THAT SELLS FOR LESS THAK MODEL-A. PIlOM for a trial in your home — the practical way to choose a washer or ironer. If the Maytag doesn't •ell itself, don't keep it. Divided payments you'll never miss. TUNE In — Enjoy the Maytag Radio Hour over N. B. C. Coa»t to Coast Blue Network— Every Monday 9:00 P.M., B. 8. T. — 8:00 C. S. T.— 7*0 M. T.— 6:00 P. C. T. 20-33 New Maytag TabU with Alakrome >-plate, originated by y . j, is the most import: advance in ironer con- on. Heats nine times > than steel. Will not or corrode. MAYTAG COMPANY, *&? Newton, Iowa [permanent Northwestern Factory Brand), Maytap Itullillng— 615 AVashington Ave., North, Minneapolis, Minnesota A. K. CLIFF—Utility Shop lid Modern Dry Cleaners Building Phone 791 -Corner Hdw. Co. I/TJ VERNE—C. H. LIclity A 8tn. . f , „ SWEA QITT—A. B. Tweeten. ICBOFT-Osenr C. Sprout WESLEY-Lcnsc & Lease. lOTA-AValter W. Eogennn. WMITTEMOHE—J. M. Flcmlug. W A S H g R I TABLE IRONER Kosstith County Hatchery WE VWIN, R CHICKS" f«»Je Mark RefiUtered "SUPER CHICKS" Trade Mark Registered The season for starting ticks is going by rapidly [f you want a flock of poultry next fall that will lay r°- 1 eggs, order your chicks now from the Algona pnch of the Spencer Chick Hatchery. Large sized ~~"> are bred into our. chicks'for the reason that we 5 set no eggs for six years that do not average 24 funces or more to the dozen. [or four years our flocks have been blood-tested for aciliary White Diarrhea, your greatest insurance gamst this dread disease, Write for Reasonable Prices today, KOSSUTH COUNTY HATCHERY Iowa ?09 B, Stote Street 800 it Attends Griffin Funeral— Father William Velt, ot St. Mich id's church, went to Fort Bodgfe list week Wednesday to attend uneral services tor the Rt. Rev. Vlgr. Grlfln, former pastor of Corpus Christ! church there and vicar-general of the Sioux City diocese, who li.ed of influenza and pneumonia, father Griffin, who was born in towa, was 71 and was priest at Fort Dodge 19 years. Wtiittemoro Youth Will Marry— Announcement of the approaching marriage of Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, to Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Martin, Emmeteburg, has been made at St. Michael's Catholic church. The event will take place this month. Earth last week Tuesday by word thru her daughter, Mrs. F. Bell, was sick. Durwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. I^eo Wallers, Algona, spent the weekend with his grandmother, Mrs. Jos. Walters. The l-iuclan Meurers and Gene Martini recently bought new Chevrolets. St. Paul's Lutheran school reopened Monday, after a two weeks Easter vacation. Mr. and Mrs. (Henry Ijavrenz, Algona, spent Sunday with Whittemore friends. Mrs. Fred Wagener has been sick, but was i-eported a little better Monday. J. B. Walker and his .son Harold spent a few days last week in MJn- nesota, returning Sunday. Mary D. . Schiltz, high school teacher, spent the week-end at her home at Fort Dodge. A. D. Brogan recently purchased a Chevrolet 6, 1030 model. The George Jergens family has moved to West Bend. Broken. Arm Is Hunllng— Raymond, son of the Paul Hertzkos, broke his arm last winter while cranking a Ford. It did not heal properly, so at the Park hospital, Mason City, a week ago Thursday it was broken and reset. The Hertzkes, Mrs. bars Reisem, and Maud Clark went to Mason City Saturday, the women to shop, and Raymond again went to the hospital for treatment. His arm Is healing. Raymond attends Lakota high school and drives to and from work. LAKOTA DAIRY FARMER'S HERD HEADSC.U, Srt'ool Commencement May 20— The local school commencement will be May 20, and the Rev. Mr. McCormick, of the Westminster Presbyterian church of Waterloo, has been secured as speaker. The school is planning a carnival for the first part of May. Lortyard F. It. Meets Friday— Ledyard township Farm Bureau met at Ed Looft's Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland sang a duet, and Emma Gutknecht gave a talk on girls' 4-H club work. The May meeting will be at Chas. Gutknecht's. Henry Gcclnn House Is Sold— A deal was made one day last week whereby Herman Bierstedt, north of town, purchased the Henry Geelan residence, where the W. T. Fish family lives. Theodore Bierstedt, son of Herman, has rented the Bierstedt farm. Lutheran Teachers Hold Conference' Teachers jfiV'. H. Behnke and P. L. Jesson, of' ''St. Paul's Lutheran school, were at Lu Verne three days last week, attending an annual spring conference of Lutheran teachers. This year's ministerial conference was held at Lotts Creek. Ninth Child for the Bells— A 10-lb. boy was born one day last week to Mr. and Mrs. William Bell, south of town. He has been named This is the ninth child of five boys and four William Jr. in a family girls. Farm Hoy Has Chlckenpox— Mike, son of Fred Kollasch, east of town, is sick with chicken pox, and Theresa, daughter of Peter Kollasch, north of town, has rheunm- tism. i. Lakota, Apr. 14—The high herd in Xo. 3 C. T. A. was owned by W. A. Hae, the 11 grade Holsteins producing an average of 1117 Ibs. milk and 40.6 Ibs. butterfat, with o cows in honor roll. Other herds, In order, are: 15 registered milking Shorthorns, J. E. Telcamp, 1075 Ibs. milk, and 37.80 Ibs. b. f., 5 in honor roll; 13 g. Guernseys, Stoutenburg & Jones, 709 Ibs. milk, 37.1 b. f., 4 on honor roll. Nine g. Guernseys, Will Christensen, 742 Ibs. milk, 35.5 b. £., 2 on honor roll; 16 reg. Holsteins, 4 dry, Henry Lampe, 950 Ibs. milk, 34.8 b. C., 9 on roll; 19 g. Guernseys, Albert Krosch, 688 Ibs. milk, 34.4 b. f., 6 on roll; 18 g. Holsteins, 1 dry, J. H. Hall & Son, 952 Ibs. milk, 34.4 b. f., 5 on roll; 14 reg. and g. Holsteins, Leo Bernhard, 983 Ibs. milk, 33 Ibs. b. f., 3 on roll. Nine g. Holsteins, 2 dry, C. M. Gross, 846 Ibs. milk, 32.3 b. f., 4 in roll; 20 g. Holsteins, Hillard Abbas, 1224 milk, 31.6 Ibe. fat, 3 on roll; 13 g. Shorthorns, John H. Heetland, Women Are Jurors— Mesdames Clemans, Beemer, and John Efcnith were in Algona part of last week serving on a jury. Mrs. Beemer was drawn on a. case, which will come" up next week, but the others were excused when court adjourned. Canada Missed Our Blizzard— Emma Gutknecht's brother Ed, who returned to»his farm in Canada March 25, writes that they missed the snow and cold snap Iowa suffered the last of the month, and much seeding had been done. Department Stores Featured the Last Week of the (ration Sale Many New Items You'll Need Now! COME AND SAVE DURING this EVENT New Pattern Dinnerware for 1931 Tables There are 11 patterns to choose f/om. You'll find these sets attractive and distinctive at prices you can easily afford. • 32-Piece Dinner Sets, Hexagon Shape $3.49 An economical set for six people—2 floral patterns to select from. Choice of 3 Beautiful Pattern Sets $4.95 Vellum glaze, square shape, round and hexagon shape, silver and gold bands. . . 32-Piece Sets Rose, Floral and Tulip Spray _$5.95 Round shapes and beautiful color effects that you find only in better sets. Beautiful Dinner Sets, Choice 2 Patterns^ __ $6.95 Border pattern ivory and lattice effect—square shape vellum glaze, floral spray. Oustanding New Pattern Dinner Set $7.95 Beautiful wide opal border with dainty tulip spray, silver band and line. ' 32 PIECE DINNER SETS The outstanding Values of the »ea«on Mrs. Child Ifas Sorlous Disease— Don, daughter of Mr. and Walter Vaudt, has been unable to go to school during the last few days because she -has yellow jaundice. Mrs. Ropber's Birthday Observed— Relatives gathered at AVllliam Roeber's Sundcay evening to help Mrs. Roeber celebrate a birthday. Cards were played, and a midnight lunch was served. WiiKnor Section Enlarged— Fred Wagner, foreman of the east Milwaukee section, recently had part of the Algona section assigned to him. He has been in the Milwaukee's employ many years. \Vlilttcmnre Nine Defeats Burt— Tho public school's baseball team met a team from Burt^ on the diamond here last week Tuesday and won, 10-5. Edward Heller, local boy, knocked, a home run. Diisfstorm Prevents Ilfill fjfiine— The town ball team was to meet a team from Rodman Sunday on the local diamond, but because of the dust storm the game was postponed. Juniors' I'laii Senior Hnmiuot— • The H. S. juniors are planning their annual banquet for the .seniors, to be held late this month or early in May, Martin Meyer's lllrlhdiiy Observed— A number of relatives gathered at Martin Meyer's Friday evening to help him celebrate a birthday. Other Whittemore, Robert Braatz, daughter Esther, Mrs. Louis Braatz, and her son Robert returned by car Saturday from a week at Milwaukee. They were accompanied there by AValter Zabel, who 'lives at Milwaukee, and Mrs. Emily Heidenwith, who is still visiting relatives there. Coming home, the party left Milwaukee at 5 a. m. and reached Whittemore at 4:15 p. m. Lester and Elda Baas and Arnold and Elsie Kettleaon, all of AVest Bend, Ruth and Edna £chultz, and Linda Roeber attended a birthday surprise party for Lucinda Hannover at her home, northeast of town, last week Wednesday evening. The Ralph and James Elberts, Algona, and Margaret Elbert 'spent Sunday with the latter'e parents, Mr and Mrs. Edw. Elbert, Springfield, Minn. Ralph and James are Edward's brothers. Mr and Mrs. Hazelton Rlngler recently visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rlngler. Hazelton represents a Milwaukee daily Paper but lives in Madison, Wte. A 500 card party was given at the Mrs. Emily Siems home last Thursday evening. Esther Stems hostess, Hugo Meyer won Hrst, and Fred SchaUin, Algona, low, A two-course lunch was served. , A boy was bpr» to Mr. and. . S C. EMers, Madison, Wto... April 762 Ibs. milk; 31.6 b. f., one on- roll, roll. All were fed balanced grain ration, eight fed silage, and nine were fed legume hays. High cow was a registered Holstein owned by Henry Lampe, producing an average of 1962 Ibs. milk, 78.5 Ibs. butterfat; 2, g. Holstein, John Wesselman, 1525 Ibs. milk, 64.1 b. f.; 3, g. Holstein, C, M. Gross, 1646 Ibs. mil; 59.3 b. f.; 4, reg. Shorthorn, J. B. Telcamp, 1686 Ibs. milk, 59 b. f.; 5, g. Holstein, .Tohn Wesselman, 1531 Ibs. milk, 56.0 b. f. High 2-year-old was a registered Holstein, owned by Leo Bernhard, with 1143 Ibs. milk, 50.3 b. f., second was a grade Guernsey owned by Stoutenburg & Jones, 1023 Ibs. milk, 46 b. f.; 3, Guernsey, Lewis Price, 915 Ibs. milk, 45.8 Ibs. b. L; 4, g. Guernsey, Will Christensen, 1060 Ibs. milk, 45.6 b. f.; 5, reg. Holstein, R, H. Walker & Son, 1395 Ibs. milk, 40.5 b. t. All high* cows were fed balanced grain • ration, legume hays and two were fed silage. There are 407 cows on test, of which 62 were dry,producing an average of 715 Ibs. milk, 26.8 Ibs. butterfat. A total of 76 cows made more than 40 Ibs. butterfat, and . 23 made more than 50 Ibs. Eleven were sold for beef, one for dairy purpose, one died and one was bought. Nineteen members were feeding silage, 22 legume hays, 28 concentrates,; 24 high protein concentrates. The entire separator losses for the month was $1. Acorn Club Meets at THonka— Twenty-three members of the Acorn club were entertained at a one o'clock luncheon last Thursday at the French home In THonka by the Woman's club there. The state federation requested that clubs exchange programs, and as the Tl- tonka club had previously given a nuststorm Worst Ever Known— The dust storm of Friday, Saturday, and Sunday was reported by pioneers to be the worst in the history of this community. Grnmlmi), liestw Not Improving— Grandma Lester, who has been ill at 'the home of her daughter, Mrs. Schaffer, does not improve as rapidly as was hoped. Other Lakota. The Rev. Mr. Johnson, Oran O'Keefe, Earl Grabau, A. Q. Smith and George Mussman attended a Brotherhood meeting at Crystal Lake last week Monday evening. The next meeting will be in Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman were at Waterloo last Wednesday where I. E. was called as a witness in a court case. Mrs. E. N. Clemans and son Bob, Loraine Smith, the E. R. Worleys, and Aliss Dorothy Harclin were Algona shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schissel spent last week Sunday with Art's parents, the J. P. Schissels, at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thomas and two children, of Mason City, visited Sunday with the Harold Pierces. Mrs. Frank Miller, who has been ill for a month, continues about the same with no outward change. Mrs. Georgena Noble spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Sam Warburton, at Swea City. Extra Special 32-piece dinner sets— black and red decorations, regular $5.49 value. This week only— $2.98 Green and tan 79c and 89c Oil color. Window Shades First quality window shades, 36 inches wide, in both 5 and 6 foot. Complete with fixtures. 49c ana 59c O'CEDAR MOPS Triangle shape 98c PIN DOT Marquisette Featured in I Of* white & cream. I 5PI0 Fancy Grenadines— White only, • 40 in. wide O'CEDAR POLISH 12-ounce size 59c House Brooms 29c Made from select broom corn, 4 - sewed, wire bound neck, red handle, low price for this quality. Sash Curtains Two-piece sets, "finished", ready to hang Great Showing Here Tomorrow Featured at very IOAV prices. Cottage Curtains 5-piece sets, fast colors Ruffle Curtains A. panel—a set QQflt —a pair ._ wOC Eight, styles at this low price. Lace Panels Were $1.00 last season. Priced now Remarkable Values For this week. Brown Muslins Turkish * Towels, 6 for Imported Bowl Sets Bleached Sheeting— Five-piece Bowl Sets ___ Bleached Muslins Table Cloths, 52x70 inches- One sheet, 2 cases for 5c 57c 97c 26c 69c 7c 4 ' AA I •UU Curtain Rods Straight and curved ends. 10c 25c a Bushel For Oats Feed those pigs Portable Milling Ground grain. Joe Kelly of Glidden says: "I got 93c a bushel for my oats fed to pigs (his year." He had his oats ground by the Portable Milling Co. Phone us. We grind your grain on your farm at LOWEST PRICES. Portable Milling Co., Alg'ona—Phono 47. "Wesley—Phono 77. WliHtoinore—Plione 50. SPECIAL SALE $112 . 2, and Has been newa De-vtd lie \vel^ed wr* than sight at birth. His father began w th. e local Champion oflee as a boy. Used Stoves 2 Kero. Gas 4-burner oil stoves , $15,00 1 Puritan 3-burner oil stove, with oven $6,00 1 Perfection 4-burner oil stove —^_ ,— $7.85 1 Perfection 4rburner with elevated oven like new $85 One Windsor 4-burner tall chimney oil stove _$20 One Electric Stove ___$80,00 Two good coal ranges at $85 One Kitchen-Kook 3-buu- ner with back $15.00 One Cpleman 3-burner _ $15.00 3 - Day Excursion April 17-18-19 $8 Round Trip to Chicago These stoves are all in gpod working order. SPRING house cleaning is here! We offer a special bargain to introduce Golden Star Polish and Mops. You get a Golden Star Special Master Mop (regular $1.50 value) in combination with a 50^ size package of Golden Star Furniture Polish — both for only $1.19. SAVES YOU 81/zi. The Golden Star Special Master Mop has two full dusting and polishing surfaces—double duty and double lifel It reverses merely by rolling the handle. A tension hinge holds the mop in any desired position. You can even dust with it under furniture as low as 1% inches off the floor. A big, fluffy, attractive mop, with aluminum frame and detachable handle —we know it will please you. Golden Star Polish and Cleaner has been used by the furniture trade for twenty years, and today is sold and recommended by over 20,000 furniture dealers. Golden Star is both a Cleaner and Renewer of the original finish, which It polishes and preserves. It can be used with perfect freedom and safety on the roost delicate finishes, even to brighten up and renew oil paintings. Golden Star contains no acids or harmful ingredients; does not gum, stick or leave a greasy surface to catch dust and soil clothing. It removes all dirt, grease and stains, bringing pat the beauties of the wood and giving the finish a hard, durable and transparent; luster. If LARGE 50c PACKAGE GOLDEN 4 STAR POLISH AND *I.5Q SPECIAL li MASTER MOP - Total Value *2.OQ I BQTH FOR .t.....jiL£i-jrjj4 From Algoiia For going trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on trains leaving Friday, April 17, Saturday, April 18, and un- till 7: 18" a. ni. Sunday, April 19. For return trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on trains scheduled to reach Al^ goixa not later than midnight of Monday, April 20. Children Half Fare No Baggage Checked For full particulars an<J tickets appjy to Agent. C|4e»f o & m Golden Stair FLOOR WAXES-LINOLEUM LACQUER-MOPS AND ^FURNITURE POLISH Foster Furnii

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