Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1931 · Page 13
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FOUR KOSSttf H COUNTY APVANCB> ALQOMA. IOWA ;(.' ,•{,' \nf> >',#;vlH' ,r.J , <• I' 1 ",, Y ' > i Looking tor a Swap I want to trade my home in Algona for a farm. I believe now is just the right time to invest in farm land. All these times go In cycles. From years of experience through good times and bad times I do believe that Iowa land will double Its present price In the next ten years. I also want to trade a bran new radio for a milk cow. 1 believe a pail of milk each day will do the family, especially the gran'chlldren, more gooll than sitting up until midnight listening to Amos and Andy. We also have a Victrola that I would .trade for a calf or a pig, a young Shetland pony, or even a water spaniel dog. Anything that Jim and Bob can play with. I have my trading clothes on and while the spasm lasts will trade anything. I can remember back home on the farm we boys would go down to the barn on a rainy day and make two or three dollars apiece trading jack knives. .When a fellow wants to swap it Is just like having the Itch, you can't sit still until you make a deal. But now the store is filling up with customers so I suppose I will have all the trading I can tend to for the rest of the afternoon. Old customers that have traded with me for years, and new ones that are look- Ing for bargains. They can always find them at Neville's. I have been dealing out bargains in this county for nearly forty years. Some of my friends say, "Why don't you retire?". Retire nothing! Why, I am just getting good. I am just beginning to know how to run a business, how to buy, what to buy, and where to buy. Through years of experience I am nicely lined up with the wholesale houses. With this buying power and money to buy with I feel I can be of more service than ever to this community. Why, if I should quit these other fellows would put their prices up even higher than they have them now. Just last week I closed a spot cash deal for 1200 pairs of men's shoes and oxfords. Are they bargains? I say they are, and you will say-so too. I will make $400.00 on this one deal, and the people that buy them will save $1,500.00. We are selling them from $1.00 to $1.50 a pair below the regular price. All we have to do is wrap them up. Anybody will buy a good standard pair of shoes at a reduced price. Men's oxfords at $2.50 to $2.9S. Men's work shoes from $1.50 to $2.98. Men's dress shoes, some of them $4.50 Munson shoes, all go at $2.98. Another big buy in ladies' full-fashioned silk hose. Every day you hear women say. why pay $1.50 for hose when you can get the same quality at Neville's for 75c. t- 200 dozen silk anklets, sizes 6 to 9%, to sell at 12 %c a pair. Boys' good white back denim overalls at 49c. Boys' whoopee pants with elastic waist band at 59c. Men's cotton flannel gloves at 5c a pair. Men's genuine horsehide gloves at 49c. Boy's underwear, shirts, or trunks at 25c. You will find a house full of bargains at Neville's Shoe Store ALUONA, IOWA BITUMINOU5 5 /YES, MIST' ANTH'CITE DE d/WWlAG? KNOT AM DE STRENTH OB I MAN'S CIVILIZATION.' NOW IN LUMBER PAHSOM.-KNOTS AM A WEAKNESS WE NEVAH CARRY DAT KIND AT Now is the time for housecleaning and repairing. Remodeled or repaired farm buildings immediately assure more value in the eyes of owner and neighbors, besides saving money in the long run. F. S. NORTON & SON will cooperate with you. We handle everything in paints and building material and will gladly give estimates on cost. F. S. NORTON & SON Algona, Iowa Phone 229 WHITTEMORE WOMAN DIES; ILL A MONTH Whittemore, Apr. 28—Mrs. Herman C. H. Baas died lost Thursday at her home six miles southeast of AVhittemore. Her parents were Fred Stroll and Mary Baumgarlner, and she was born January 25, 1S72, at Klrchllndach, Switzerland. She 1 came to the United States with her parents in the fall of 1884, and on November 22, 1892, was married. Bight children were born. Mr. Baas died July 3, 1911, at a hospllal at Des olnes. After his death she con- oinmencement Choir Picked— A choir has been selected from \ r hlttemore high school pupils to ng at the annual commencement xercises late'ln May, and it is be- ig directed by Mrs. Buttemore, of Vest Bend. The songs will be Sunse, Bells o£ St. Mary's, and Wait- ig for the Sunrise. Pupils taking art are Lucile Relmers, Ruth Carisle, Edward Heller, Herbert Zu- lach. Earl Luchsinger, Herman ehnke, Roscoe and Clarence ousse, seniors; Esther Behnke, inda Roeber, Lloyd Walker, and Villiam Heller, Juniors; Rosella oight, Verdell Lauritzen, Lillian Jeidenwlth, sophomores; Lydla rteyer, Roberta Wohlenhaupt, Josphine and Geneva Langerman, and Leo Doegotch, freshmen. Valkers In Family Gathering— The Delbert Walkers, Delevan, :inn., spent Sunday at J. E. Walk- f's, north of Whittemore, and oth- r 6 o'clock dinner guests were the loy Bjuetroms, Hobarton, and the Harold Kueckers. Mrs. Bjustrom nd Mrs. Kuecker are daughters of !ie J. E. "Walkers, and Delbert a on. There are three other boys at ome, Harold, Ralph, and Lloyd. A IOWA STANDARD ..ACCREDITED CHICKS. THE BEST CHICK MONTH IS HERE If you want to improve your flock or start new order your chicks at once from TJ3E ALGONA HATCHERY. Take advantage of tjie prices offered now and get your chicks from the Oldest Accredited Hatchery in the county. No eggs set-that do not average 24 ounces to the dozen. All flocks officially supervised and rigidly culled, The Algona Hatchery Phone 104 J. E. MASON Alley West of Library Travel by Bus The new schedule effective April 20 leaving Algona at 7:00 a. m. affords an ideal morning bus to Port Dodge, Ames, and Des Moines without any disagreeable waits en route. i Take advantage of our round trip reduced rates and the convenience and comfort of our coaches. Busses Everywhere. INTERSTATE TRANSIT LINES I'. Local Agency: Algona Hotel. Hit nued to live on the farm. Mrs. Baas fell sick early this onth, but at first her case was not onsidered serious. The children are: 'llliam, Julius, Henry, Edward, and ulda, Mrs. Leland. Wildin, Mrs. om Kettelson, and Mrs. Clem Hoin. There are five grandchildren, )ur brothers, Fred Christ, and Sam. treit, Sheffield, Ala., and Rudolph, Kalispell, Mont., also a sister rs. Mary Tabarg, Mllford. Funeral services were held Sun- ay at St. Paul's Lutheran church, he Rev. William Faulstich officiat- g, and Interment was made in St. aul's cemetery. Pall bearers were Iwin, George, Lester, Harold, and eonard Baas, and Edward Isch. on Carl, in Minnesota, ere. was not jilt heron Aid Agents Meet— Arthur Heidenwith went. to Fort Dodge Saturday to attend a meeting if field men of the Lutheran Aid Association at the Wahkonsa hotel. State agent R. W. Schultz, Water- oo, attended, and the main business vas discussion of the different class's of insurance. Mr. Heidenwith vis- ted a new Lutheran orphanage, one of the best in this part of the country. ilcriuan Meyer's IJlrtliday Observed Relatives and friends helped Hernan Meyer celebrate a birthday Triday evening. Cards were played. MRS, DOLESCHAL BANCROFT DIES, INSIST YEAR Bancroft, Apr. 28 — Mrs, Rose Dolesclml died at her home last \yeek Tuesday after an Illness of several months. Rose Dott was born in Fraunlchen, Hungary. January • 8, 1848. She came to this country when she "was 22, nnd nine years later she married Joseph Doleschal at Prairie clu Chlen, Wls. The Dolesclmls lived on a farm west of Bancroft until 20 years ago, when they retired and moved to Bancroft. Mr. Doleschal died three years ago and since his death Mrs. Doleschal has been cared for by her sister, Mrs. .Xiena Meyers, and her brother, Mike Dott. Funeral services were held at St. John's Catholic church Friday. The Rev. J. D. Flsch, the Rev. C. Ernst and the Rev. Father Wolfe of Armstrong, sang the requiem high mass. Those from out of town attending the funeral included: » Mr, and Mrs. Prank Meyers, Bird Island, Minn., Mrs. Geo. West, Owatonna, Minn., and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gollner, Wesley, and daughter Vanda, and Frank Stebritz and his mother of Algona. Senior Class Play Tonight — The seniors of the Bancroft high school will present their class play, -Alabama Bound, at the school auditorium Thursday and Friday evenings. The Foresters and the public school faculty are giving the play, "The Mummy and the Mumps" at the Forester hall next Sunday and Monday. Andrew 3. Bereng Married — Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berens received a telegram last week Tuesday from their son Andrew J. announcing his marriage to Mytle Ashlund. The wedding took place April 15 at St. Andrew's Cathedral In Chicago, where Mr. Berens has made .his home the past six years. County Bankers Meet Here— The Kossuth Bankers' Association held the regular monthly meeting at the Bradley hall here Thursday evening, and 20 members attended. L. F. Kennedy, vice president of the Farmers & Traders Savings Bank here, is president of the association. Pavers Receive Four Trucks _ Alfred Haupert, Edmund Vaske, Bernard Brink, and Cletus and Albert Bettering- drove to Janesville, Wis., Sunday and drove back four Chevrolet trucks. The trucks were sold for use on the paving near Swea City. Six Attend Algonn Party — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatten, Mrs. John Herbera, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Vaske and son attended a surprise birthday party for Mrs. John Haupert, of Algona, Thursday evening. The women are daughters of Mrs. Haupert. Mrs. Peters Loaves Bancroft — Mrs. Mary Peters left Sunday for Rose Creek, Minn., where she will make her home. Mrs. Peters was employed at the Bernard Brink, Sr., moving to Webster City last year. Jake ,WoK 'returned Saturday from Algona, where he had.spent a week with the Lou Materns. /Mr. Wolf started work with the paving, brew hear Swea City Monday. , II J. Guide and E. J. Schemmel attended a meeting 1 nnd banquet at a Fairmont hotel last week Wednesday evening for. the International Harvester Company dealers. Mrs. Jerry Snunders got hornet In-st week after five months with her son Willinm at Mend.uta, 111., and with relatives In Cedar Rnplds. The Lutheran Aid met with Mrs. Oliver Madsen Friday afternoon. The Luth«r League meeting was held at her home that evening. •Mrs. Herman Erickson is at Sexton helping the Ray Olsons. Mrs. Olson, a daughter of Mrs. Erickson, is In an Algona hospital. The Joe Elberts, Whittemore, visited Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Schiltz Tuesday. Mrs. 'Schiltz is a daughter of the Elberts. The Albert Schiltz family, Mrs. M. L. Schiltz, and the P. J. Hchiltz family visited relatives at Whittemore Sunday. C. C. Sprout and son were visitors at Mason City Saturday. Mr. Sprout Is the Maytag salesman here. Carl Pearson, Algona, spent the week-end with his folks, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petyson. The Ole Allisons, Algona visited here Monday afternoon. __ IIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW " By. UnanimoCi/ Con/cnf... SEXTON WOMAN, 92 YEARS OLD; DIES; IS BURIED MQNDAY Sexton, Apr. 28 — Mrs. Marie Nelson died last week Wednesday night at 10 o'clock at her home north of Sexton after a sickness of three weeks. The funeral was held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Sexton Methodist church, and the 'church was filled. Mrs. Nelson was born in Germany In 1839, and If she had lived till the sixth of July would have been 92. She'left two sons, a daughter, and 12 grandchildren. Her husband died In December, 19112, and since then she had lived alone. Burial was made In Rlverview cemetery, Algona. Kanawlia Relatives in Visit— The Gilbert Benschoters, Kanawha, spent Sunday at Mrs. Ben- scholer's brother Ray olsen's, and Shirley Jean . Olsen accompanied them home. Mrs. Olsen has not been well since a recent attack of flu-pneumonia. Mr! Benschoter is manager of a North Iowa Grain elevator at Kanawha. Yes-- as Good Hoel>er Birthday Is Celebrated— Last week Wednesday evening •elatives and friends helped William Floeber celebrate a birthday. Presentation Xlno Defeats Bancroft A Presentation nine played here Sunday against a Bancroft nine and won, 3-2. Cliieagoan Visits Mother— Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Faulkner, Chicago, are spending the week with Mrs. Faulkner's mother, Mrs. Dora Ferrigan. Mrs. Faulkner was formerly Margaret Ferrigan. residence the past three months. .1. C. Menkc Sou Operated On— John, 10-year old son of the J. C. Menkes, was operated on for appendicitis last week Monday evening. Dr. J. A. Devine was assisted by Dr. R. M. Wallace of Algona. Sirs. Scholtes Has Erysipehi Other Whittemore. Lillian Heidenwith clerked at the Zumach meat market Saturday. It was a busy day for the clerks, for one of the main men, Fred Baumgartner, wasn't on the job because of the flu. Mr, Baumgartner fell ill early last week and was taken to his home at Dumont. The Herman Biersteds, north of town, have moved the old Henry Geelan house, which Mr. Bierstedt recently bought. The Pish family moved out and now has the old Kenne house. The Harvey Olivers, Waseca, Minn., have been visiting Harvey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Oliver. Rosella, daughter of the Harvey Olivers, workB at the Champion office. Mrs. Leo Swanson, son Rex, and Kathryn Cullen accompanied Mrs. Maurice Cullen to Oelweln for a visit Friday. The M. Cullens recently moved to Oelweln from here. Henry Behnke and Mrs. Albert Behnke spent the week-end at Lu Verne, Minn., guests at Ernest Blinkman's. Mrs. Blinkman was formerly Annette Behnke. Werner Braatz, tenant of the old Carmody House, is the busiest man in town. He clerks at the Geelan store and between times is painting the house. The Henry Bells and Mrs. Frank Bell, Blue Earth, and George Bell and Fred Seifert, Guckeen, Minn., attended the Baas funeral Sunday. Mrs. Leo Walters, Algona, Mrs. Leo Elbert, Mary Gappa, Mrs. Jos. Walters, and Geneva Walters spent Saturday at Spencer. The Arthur Baumens, Dolliver, spent Sunday at Frank Miene's and other local relatives. Mrs. Baumen was Addle Mlene. The Leo Swansons and Carl Hansens were guests at 6 o'clock dinner at the Howard Cairy's, Algona, Friday evening. Ruth Balgeman, teacher at Gushing, spent the week-end with her parents, Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman. Delores, daughter of Buttermaker and Mrs. O. J. Kloock, was absent from school part of last week with the flu. Fifty relatives and friends helped Christ Meyer celebrate his 65th birthday last Thursday evening. The local Lutheran Y. P. kitten- ball team played a practice game at Fairville Sunday. Buttermaker O. J. Kloock has a new Dodge 8, bought of Polret & Schattschneider. Viola Zinnell, West Bend, spent Monday with Bernice Balgeman. Poiret & Schattschneider received a carload of Chevroleta Monday. Merrill' Rawson Jr., now of Eagle Grove, spent Sunday here. Burt Woman Bitten. Burt, Apr. 28— Mrs. J. W. Dor- ranee was bitten by a dog at Bert Galbralth's, near Algona, l^st Weefe Monday. She suffered considerably fr«» the wound and baa to vteit doctor Mr. and Mrs. Wessels, Dyersville, are here visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. B. Scholtes, who is 111 with erysipelas, and Miss Gardner, R. N., is caring- for her. Fostoffice Clerk Resumes Work— Bertha welp returned to work at the postoffice Monday after an absence of two -weeks on account of sickness. She suffered p. £eV)ere attack of llu. Ne w Son at Ranger's— The A. J. Rengers have a baby boy born Sunday morning, their first child. Mrs. Renger was Evelyn Fox before her marriage. Fuchs to Rochester Clinic— A. H. Fuchs is at Rochester this week going through the Mayo clinic. Mr. Fuchs owns the Fuchs Hardware here. John Berbers' Mother Dies- John Herbers left Thursday for Breese, 111., to attend the funeral of his mother. t Other Bancroft News. John Kylen and George Nyman drove to Rochester, Minn., last week Tuesday to' get their niece, Miss Dickerson, who will visit the Ny- mans a few weeks. Her home Is In Ideal, 111. The H. E. janvrins, Webster City, visited friends here Sunday. Mr Janvrin is C. & N. W. agent there. He held that position here before Other Sexton. The Aid met last Thursday with Mrs. Ferd Brethorst, south of town, IS women attending. Mrs. Jergen Sko\v, Wesley, conducted bible -study. The next meeting will be on May 21 at Mrs. Lambert Brethorst's, north of Sexton. Mrs. G. B. Wise and her -daughter Nell spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Henry Phillips, south of town. Mrs. Phillips, who is a daughter of Mrs. Wise, has been sick.. Sarah Neeling, Algona, spent Monday evening with Mildred Rut- sclmra. Mildred spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kutschara, at Clear Lake. Pearl -Steven, teacher at Rudd, and Everett Hodgen spent the weekend with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield attended the funeral Friday of Edw. Wlldln, of South Cresco, at the Methodist church, Algona. Mrs. Amy Smith spent last week Wednesday at Thomas Blekfield's, Armstrong. The Blekfelds formerly lived near Sexton. Lois, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller, 'is recovering from a severe cold, with which she was for a time abed. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones, Britt, spent Sunday at the Carl Paetz home, where Mr. Jones was formerly employed. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Osceola, spent the week-end with relatives here. The William Packards spent Sunday with relatives at Humboldt. Ferd Brethorst was bedfast a few days last week with the flu. William Hartley has been with bronchitis. sick -*- Algonlan Honored. Omaha, Apr. 24 — Howard Kanouff, Algona, freshman in the Crelghton school of law, was made master of ritual of Delta Theta Phi, national legal fraternity, at an election last week tuesday at the chapter house. Dairy Maid Bread and Made With Double Milk \ • Didn't you know we use milk in bread? Well, we do, a,nd plenty of it — goi rich, pasteurized milk that makes strong, healthy boys and girls. And flour—not just any kind, but a specially selected, short-patent flour, milled| from the very heart of the wheat berry, always the same quality. Don't be deceived into buying cheap bread. Cheap bread cheats boys and girls,! and is not worth the price you pay for it. Compare the way our bread toasts with I the way cheap bread toasts. Dairy Maid Bread toasts evenly, cheap bread toast | is uneven and burns in spots. Only perfect bread makes perfect toast. We are Making a Wonderful Loaf at 5c. Try it. Buy Dairy Maid Bread! A HOME PRODUCT si I Algona Baking Co. iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiM Better Seed* for Better Gardens SECOND SHEETS; the thin, yellow kind. Punched it desired. — Advance. 26tf HEADQUARTERS Travellers from Algona and Iowa > popular than ever because of the Ntw CoStge Inn where KM BERNIE and his orchestra appear nightly _ HOTEL . SHERMAN Single room & both *2f°o4oy ondup Double room & both 4odoyondup FERRY'S SEEDS ARE VIGOROUS THERE'S a handy Ferry Seed Box, filled with purebred eeeds, near you— placed in your neighborhood store. Go to it for seed quality. Here you will find tested flower and vegetable seeds, fresh and rturdy and full of vigorous life, only waiting for yop to place them in your garden to produce abundantly. Ferry's Seeds come op fast and grow well. Ferry's scarlet, white-tipped radt iehes, for instance; they're ready to eat early; and Ferry's lima beans or deep. flushed zinnias, as red a* the 0e«wg tun, FERRY'S or—but go to th* Ferry Seed •ee the'wealth and variety of Seed* for younelf! Plan yoar garden with Ferr/l! bred Seed^freab, rturdy, vigoro»« , , . Pick your MWrtnient of purebred Seed*, «* *« Ferry See4j today, Fe^liW Seed Co, Michigan* "" ' ..... "" ~^~-^SSS5^ga5Si5S55 Utf the Advance

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