Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1931 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1931
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KosstiTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA " V ' Specials At Neville's WAS 12.50 : WAS WAS WAS IS WAS [75c WAS [15c WAS 1VAS |75c WAS WAS Men's shoes, Museback's sample«, sizes 7 and ,7 1-2, arch support. Men's 'oxfords, nil sizes. Freeman's i a nd Diamond Brand. New and up'to-jdate. Men's retain work shoos.. Inter- • national, all solid leather. Men's barnyard shoes. Soft and easy, with Goodyear .welt soles. The best shoes we ever sold. Ladles' fine dress slippers. Straps and pumps. Dull kid and all the new light- shades. All sizes, 3 to S. Ladies' comfort slippers in straps, ties, and oxford styles. Boys' and girls' oxfords in sizes up to 2. jtcn's U. S. raincoats. "Genuine Nangatex", real bargain, all sixes. Big girls' raincoats, sizes. 1G and 18.. Very .fancy, and stylish, A new line of 1 ladies' hose. Very tlrossy, Ions legs cradle foot, peco top. Another hose bargain. Anklets, all sizes, all colors. We just got in 100 dozen, and they are a real buy. Men's standard overalls. Stronger brand and others. Boys' ovoraHs and boys', and girls' coveralls, sizes-from 2 to 11. U. S. heavy double soled basketball shoes, all sizes '"for men, women, and chlklen. Men's heavy police shoes. Double wc-lt soles. You can not wear • 'them but. NKVIM.K'S 1MMCKS NOW NOW 1 7 JUi NOW $2.98 NOW $2.48 NOW fa >•>* NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW These are only a few oE the many bargains you get at levlllo's. We have a house full of thorn. Shoes should come clown'to correspond with the price of jggs and cream. We are putting everything ^n the store on tho new low- r price level. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE ALGOXA, IOWA AWARD MADE SENIOR DAY TO JENTOpPILS Fenton, May in — Following a senior il,,y program at tho high school nssembly room Friday nftc-r- noon, modnlH and mimcrnlH were awarded. Winner:! of firsilfi in do- (•l.'im/iloi-y work were AIIRUKI Kraireo. Kayiuonil Kwlc'fc!, nn.l Hayme mri T'riebc, nni.l they received intiliils. Lorenn. Droyer received a .'•(•hularship from a businsws runt •u t-'hillieothe, Jlo., for the highest Kohohivshlp uveriiiie during the last ionr yeai-K In hlii'h school. Lorcna n'Hij hfi,-l lito highest nveniKB when nil!' \\fiK In the grades. Haecaltuireato services were hel; at the Methodist church Huml:i> cvonlny. Tne p: ogriim follows: pro ('(•ssk.nal, Lcona 'iJorchardt; Hong I l-'alutatlen, mixed chorus; Invocation the Rev. J. T. Snyder; SOUK, Praise Ye thy Father, boys and glrl.s' g-leo lulr. sermon, the Kev. Mi-. Snyder ikixoloyy, coiiKrcKation; recessional,! 5 "" 1 farm south of Bancroft where WILBUR J. PAYNE, Editor Antn n K'irdor>s is now farming the iMU-ar.'.'O farm where U. E. Sam- tie son operated last year east of Hcinei oft. This year^ie has some !)u pigs .'mv.'d fn.m the first 10 lifters, and three more sows to farrow. The oldest are two or three weeks old, 'nid all are spotted I'oiand. home. With Andrew the boys include Howard and Edward. When we called at the N. D. Mitchell homo In mid April he was taking the wfdc-tlre attachment off the wheels of the tractor. Nearby there was a well-painted year-old ] inp.nure spreader and a, new-looking Homo farmer who has horses suit- two-year-old disc all of which gave able for .saddle might make an odd dollar now and then if ho let It be the Impression of good machine equipment. The premises also have known so folks In town could rent recently been Improved by addition the saddle horse for riding by? the hour 01- day. We might bo able to put such a farmer in touch with parties wanting to rent waddle hor.s- cs 1C desired, Leave word at Advance office,. Wilbur Cox, a newcomer In the county, has bought the SO-acre Bon- 1-229 needn't do a daily dozen to reach the rice pudding in a Frigidaire! Leona Borchardt. Kniton Nine Defeats Foutr.n defeated \Vhit;.?murc Jin.ii onesided ball yatne lust'week ; Tuesday. Ilaniu'.v, pitching for the lorn is, allowed .only four hits and wiilluM one. 13. 1-leller, who pitched for U'hitt(.'iiiorc, allowed ouvht hits and \viilked four. The YYhiltenun-e hitH were mode by Eddie Holler Jit tho fourth and sixth, Wagner in tho fifth, and W. Heller in the third. For the. locals Art Knocker got siriKies in the third anil sixth ami a dcmblo in the fifth, and Frank Drey- I er, Pfiebe, Mittng, Leudtkc, and an| other plr.yer, one each. Sylvester Nemmers operated last year. With Mr. Cox Is a married .son Olen, nnd a. .son-in-law, Klmer Heeler. The family is planting 2iJ acres of the land to potatoes, using Irish Cobbler variety. Fertilizer Is being u«ed at the rate of 400 pounds to tho acre. A. M. Friest, who has farmed sever;)! years northwest of Grant school is no\v fanning northwest <_,C Bancroft where ,r. T,. -Schilta operated l.v.-t year. William Schauboi'ger, who has fnnrrjd north of Swca City] Tor a number of years, is now farm- InK th^ IMHl-^cre Pothoff farm In the same neighborhood. Tho Pothoff farm has one of the very good sets "11 I'anu buildings in the county. j f/indscy Grandson's Leu 1 Rr«l;en— | The H. C. Lindsays drove to Car i roll Kiiturday afternoon for an ovvr. i Kumliiy visit at the daughter Airs. I M. K. Steal-nun's. Word had been i same corn acreage, but 'one jirctJvea here earlier in the week that the SUv.lyiiaii son Henry Edgar j had suffered a broken leg at play j on the school ground. Coining homo Sunil:iy night they ran into a hailstorm bDtwtcn Lake City and Rockwell City. of a new barn, granary, and ehtcken house, and the dwelling too has linen remodeled. There is an extra large hog house on the farm, which belongs to the F. S. Norton ('.state. Mr. Mitchell had 22 pigs .saved from his first three litters, and eight HOWS to fiirrbvv. He had nine acres of alfalfa seeded, and WOK to put out three more acres thi.s year. Only 3,S acres of corn was to be'planted, and with -10 acres oats, eight acres of barley, and 10 acres of hay made up the crops. Wo started a discussion on the weight of the twins, S years old. Willis D. promptly announced I that he weighed 73',^ pounds while I Wilard D. weighed but 62',2. Their | j birthday IK February 17. Mr. Mitch- I ell '« starting his fourth year at the ] Xor-ton farm. K. Mitchell, west of Algona, is farming 400 acres again this year. He dropped SO acres last year, but added another 'SO to replace it. We guess Mr. Mitchell feels better with about that acreage to watch. When wo called about a month ago the dust storms were going good and Smith L. Denton, of Seneca, and j th ; nKS uiokert pretty dry, but Mr. his two sons, Leslie and Jerome,! Mitchell «uid the rain will come, are tending 241) acres of corn this 1 u - ( , n , SOII1G of u h(ls comt , anyhow, -season. Last year they had the | Ho has un . lcrei , ln corn> sr ,-.acres other, ln 0 , vtS| aml 40 acres in barley. Waist-high, easily accessible food shelves are one of the very real advantages of Frigidaire Advanced Refrigeration. There are many others. It is such advantages, developed by Frigidaire, that have made household refrigeration so healthful, convenient and economical. * * * THE NEW ALL WHITE PORCELAIN-ON-STEEL FRIGIDAIRES ARE SOLD WITH A 3 YEAR GUARANTEE A, K. CLIFF—Utility Shop Old Modern Dry Cleaners Building—Phone 791 Terms will be arranged to suit the purchaser »!!l!i!!iliii!!!!i:!i!i!Hi!!(iiiiiE[!!iiil!iS!!!l(i(i$![i!iil[|(li!!l^ Best Shorthorns Sold by Auction in Northern Iowa f| in Ten Years s To be sold at the Fairgrounds in AY 27THJ931 ~: From the herds of four prominent breeders. GEISHEiKEK BROS., Livermorc BEX G. STUDEE, Wesley II. E, SAUXDERS, Lone Rock XELS DAXELSOX, Badger Primary Fi;j>;i<i £nfprl»in Mufhcrs— Ths primary pupils entertained thoir mothers and a few friends at a Mothers' day program at the sehoo'.house l.'iHt Thursday aftrnoon. The littlu boys and girls presented tlieir mothers with carnations, and six little girls dressed in yellow served cake and coffee. The pupils had lemonade and ate gingerbread. son was at home. The men said that was one way in which they intended cutting the cost of producing the There were 40 acres of the small I grain .seeded to sweet clover. Sir. | Mitchell is interested first in corn 11 High Class Hulls for Farmer and Breeder, excellent quality. 32 Cows and Heifers, richly bred; 10 ivith calves at foto. rop by having three men do thei nnd nogs- Hc keeps COWH too,.-but work clone last year by tour. JThe i wc gucssl they are kept chiefly to furnish skim milk for the hogs. Two i Dcnton.s farm 400 acre.s, Mr. Denton has operated in Seneca 17 year*. twin daughters have been married j.Fsrrwi'll for Mrs. G. ». . The Woman's club gave a fare; well party at Mrs. E. C. NVeisbrocl's j Friday evening for Mrs. G. D. Bel: ken, who with her family leaves A second boy, Donald Dean -Mer- recently and started home-making rill, 7',i Ibs., was born last week with their husbands. They are Max- Sunday morning to Mr. and Mrs. ] ine, married last October to Arrie Sheldon Merrill, who farm north of; Dittmer of the Good Hope neighbor- Seneca school. Mrs. Merrill waK ! hood, and Irene, married In January Iva Denton before marriage. The I to Quentin BJustrom who works for young man's only grandparents are i his brother in the Farmers Store at the S. Jj. Dentons, who farm a little i Hobarton. A son Norvil is in a, gar- way east. Cecil Waterbury is help-1 age at Fail-field, and another son j ing take care of 'the house. Mrs. j has worked up to second man in his j Merrill Is getting alone finely. The j division o£ a telephone company at j Merrill's other boy is now six years j Chicago. Another son, N. D., farms old. ' I tbp F. S. Xnrtn'n -=';tnte fn.vm near- Folks who have chickens to sen , by, and"there are two other. married now, but who are not satisfied with dau«:ln«?rs._i.nd_ a daughter at home. The cattle listed for this sale; are not only from well known and reputable breeders, but they are among the best Shorthorns to be found anywhere in the country. The cows that are bred are bred to bulls of the highest clas.s. such as the great HA.YLANDS DREADXAUGHT by Imported Cmlham Dreadnaught; BKO \VXDALT3 HERO by the famous Browndale Count; Gartly Lastman by Imported Gartly Landsman; SCOTTISH FROST by the grand -champion Anoka White Frost and QTJA.RTERCREST by the famous Canadian bull Imp Quarterstaff. The families represented by females in this sale are Augusta, Brawith Bud, Victoria, Dainty Dame, Broadhooks, Acanthus, Orange Blossom, Mary Ann of Lancaster, Golden AVreath, Zoe Clipper, Mis.sie, Besie, Rosebud, Queen . Bess, • Nonpareil and Secret; known to be the best families of the Shorthorn breed. If you wish to improve your herd of cattle or start a purebred herd buy at this sale. You cannot go wrong as there is not a bad one listed. Do' not fail to attend this sale. Buy and breed good Shorthorn cattle. They will make you more clear profit than anything else that you can put on your farm. Will Johnson of the Shorthorn World, Sale Manager. the price offered, might can thorn .lime l -for Iowa City, where tht | for meat. The farm department haa Belkens will spend the summer j a Burpee canning outfit that will A new flowing well was being brought in at the Leo C. Bernhard home west of Bancroft last week at while Supt. Celken attends school. Mrs. Belken was presented with a silver teaspoon. IW IS THE TIME TO IILD your NEW HOME Building material prices were never more reasonable Avoid costly and disappointing mistakes in this important undertaking. > Let us help you .plan your home to fit your individual for it like rent I L. P. C. Easy fonthly Payments. ^&3E^s*3S needs. Helpful, intelligent advice in planning every detail is as much a part of our service, as well as recommending the proper Building Materials at the lowest possible price. Building plans of the meet modern and approved types of new homes are always available here. Plans and sketches for remodeling will be prepared by our architectural department, to best serve your Individual requirements. ^ There is no charge for this service—let us plan and work with you. Our interests are mutual. Standard Bearers Hear Lecture— The Standard Bearers met with Maxine weisbrod last week Monday night, and then, with their counsel- lor, Mrs. E. A. AVeisbrod, attended a lecture by Dr. K. R. Foljjerson, Colorado world traveler, at the Methodist chiu-ch. Refreshments were served at' the Weisbrod home after the lecture. be rented to responsible parties at, a depth of 215 feet. This was to re- uOc a day. Metal cans can be bought! Place an old flowing well spoiled in ._ i. LI. i'_ ,1 „*. _ i. f ii»nn .rn rpitiiiVIET. TVip npw \vpll IcT flvUlprl SyncK'rs Entertain Ministers— The Rev, and Mrs. J. T. gnyder entertained at a ministerial group meeting last week Monday. Attending were the Rev. and Mrs. Carver, Dolllver; the Rev. and Mrs. Winterstein, Esthervllle; the Rev. and Mrs. Paul, Graettinger; and Dr. E. R. Folgerson, visiting: Colorado Father of Fenton Sisters Low— Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Alderson left last Thursday night for Lexington, Mo., after receiving word of the ser ious illness of Mrs. Dempsey and Mrs. Alderson's father, Thomas gate, who has heart trouble. Student Barber ut Nordnhl's— Clarence Theesfeld, who is at the Xordahl barber shop, recently completed a barber course at the?Iowa lai-ber school, Des Moines. He riust now have eight months of practical experience before taking iis final examination. itslord Lumber Company "• J- POOL, Mangaer Phone 256 i ' v WELLENDORF'S BABY CHICKS $6 A 100 ^your orders in a,t once, There wlH be only a few i* fi . -tttngs and, in order to have your chicks on these I hatches y°« «just have, ypur order In soon. The Hvabil- , v, T' ' cnj cks has brought u, 8 many repeat orders and D "siness. Exnert Custom HatcMug. «<">» Expert Custoni HatcnJug WElliEIfpO»P LEGHOUN FARM P Nights ft! X N & W Tpwka S fe,, IWBUMd'S'a^S ?*>58. JjfrTf PILES r. Nixon'* Chluwold.^orUj " *"*^ s ^?'%_^^Z._i» J /ShinAna ed WHO * rare, unporiea v«»*»w« Balm Buys Nellis House— F. H. Bohn has bought the J. F. Nellis house and has rented it to Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson who will occupy it after the Bel kens leave. G It'n Broinlcy to be Graduated— Invitations have been received by friends of Glen Bromley, formei Fenton boy, for graduation exercises at Lake View. Kittenball player's Ann Broken*— At kittenball last week Wednesday afternoon Hadley, son of Frank Bailey, fell and broke his right.arm above the elbow. Mrs, W- J. Weisbrod is Speaker- Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod gave an ad dress on Children's Gardens at the Good Hope church Sunday. Other Fenton -News. E. A. Huskamp and his daughter Virginia drove to Des Moines last week Tuesday and Mrs. Huskamp who had spent several weeks with the daughter Mrs. Wesley Witter came home the same night with Mr. Huskamp, Virginia remaining for a longer visit with the Witters. Mr. and Mrs. L, J. Weisbrod entertained at dinner Sunday M^ a Mrs. Phillip Weisbrod, the grandson, Wayne Alderson, Mr, and Mrs Mike Weisbrod, Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod, son Lester, Mable Brandt, and the W. E. Stoebers. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith visited their daughter, Mrs. G. F. Bock wood, Wprthlngton, Minn., from Friday evening tiU Sunday after noon. The Afternoon Bridge club me Saturday with Mrs. W. T. Ohm and the high score was won by Mrs. H H. WiiWel. Mrs, Raymond Stpeber returned one day last week from a visit with her sister, Mrs. Reed, . at Mason City. The Richard Volgats. Welcome Minn, and the Arthur Betttns, Burt were dinner guests at the parenta Henry Boevers home Sunday. "Cbaa 11 and Alan PaHey, Brjstow OWa., visited a t R. C. G««tsc»'s •week Tuesday. Paul Etelej? drove to Ojnaba at the hardware store at three 'to four cents each. Canned chicken is s economical as some other kinds if meat which we might buy. Also ither foods can be canned in tin vith . the outfit. ' Homer Anderson, of the Fred An- lerson & Son grain and coal concern over at the M, & St. L. depot, las a. dog that was poisoned some ears ago, and some of the poison nu'st have stayed in his system. The log gets occasional attacks in which lis spine straightens out rigidly. The attack soon passes and the dog s normal again. The dog is a small sized terrlor,. and had one of his attacks just as we came that way the other'day. Fred Anderson, former county treasurer, who pretends to take his politics seriously, told us the clog got rigid that way whenever a democrat or a , newspaperman came around, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wauge, of north Hall street, have even a finer heir win- ilows this year than last. The flowers are big and finely colored, and of fine foliage. Mr. Wauge showed us cuttings that had been set to root in a glass of water, and already fine roots had started. The .Wauges have their cold frames filled with fine plants this year and have had lettuce, radishes, asparagus, etc., on the market for some time. Mr. Wauge has given his whole time to gardening for thejiast 11 years, but he still keeps his master barber's outfit from the days when he kept a shop on main street. L. J. Mousel, farming one of the Mousel farms east of Bancroft, had 120 pure-bred Duroc pigs two to four weeks old saved from 15 litters when we called last Friday. This would be an average of eight pigs a litter from a sizeable drove of pigs., I*. J.'s Dad, J. P. Mousel, who farms just southwest of Bancroft is a breeder of purebred Duroc hogs. Sounds like L. j. was profiting'by being a customer of Dad's breeding establishment. Some time ago whe.n L. J. moved on the farm he under took a spectacular and resultful campaign against the rats that In- tested the farm. He says the rats are now under control. ''There alnt' no rats any mo.' " One of the beet seed beds we saw last week was being planted to corn by Clem J. Elsbecker, a young farmer just married and starting out for himself. Clem te a nephew of Joe Elsbecker, southeast of Bancroft. We should judge that 'he had double-disked his field . and then harrowed It to a very fine mulch before he started planting corn, and the rows were nice and straight. Mr. Elsbecker came over from Duelmen, Westfalen, Germany, in 1925, and has worked around the neighborhood of Bancroft since then. April 14 he married Bertha Bloeker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bloeker, west of Bancroft farmers. The couple have the farm operated last year toy the KJueeners. We wish them* the best of success. W.e notice the Leo J. Miller family is making a lawn in front of the home. There are trees, and, shrubs to make a homey and pleasant place to live. A- son Andrew, 1?, showed us 85 pigs s.aved from the first ten sows with three more sows yet to farrow. Andrew, who will finish eighth grade in school this spring, is quite a young farmer. He said a small patch of alfalfa was being seeded near the hog house for young pigs pasture Jater, and there were 12 other acres of alfalfa,. Mr. Miller rents $9 acres and owns 120 acres wMefc fee farms. There are seven children in, the family, includes wop stayf ta Algona an4 «ti St. - - ' ALL ARE IN'FIRST-CLASS CONDITION and ALL ARE FULLY GUARANTEED For Catalog write to any of the Consignors or to = THE .SALE MANAGER 2018 South Cleyeland St. Sioux City, Iowa. relining. The new well is" drilled just a few feet from tho old well, which was 216 feet deep. The new well will be a bit slow coming in Leo aid. Sand will have to be cleaned ut and the well coaxed before . a eal flow is obtained. The old well lowed 30 gallons a minute, and 'i-ought water three feet above ground through a IVi-inch pipe. The vater was found under 70 feet of ock. Leo has become a geologist ince the wells were dug, and has gained some understanding of the ifferent layers of soils and rock under us. Next to wells It is easiest o get him to talk about cattle. He las a fine herd of 40 Holsteins, including calves. Of these 17 are be- ng milked, The herd is in the test ssociation and is being culled as jroduction records Indicate! A new mil has been purchased, 'and Leo said he expected great things of this lerd sire, for he hae very good records in all ancestors for four or more generations back. Leo is planning to keep the bull till he can get iome of the records of his daughters as an index of the bull's worth. This ilan of having a tested bull that ias shown ability to improve a herd sounds good to us. Mll!ll!lllll!l!!!!!H!l!!!!i!!^ Farmers' Directory LARGEST and best equipped White Leghorn Farm in north ern Iowa. Large 5 and 6-lb. hens,,mated to Tancred pedigreed cockerels. Big bodied chicks that will live. Prices very low, quality considered. Special on heavies. Custom hatching—goose, duck, turkey, and hen eggs. HAMILTON LEGHORN FAUM AJfB HATCHERY One mile west and one mile south of Bancroft, Io>vu SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON MAS' chicks. Tancred strain S C. W Leghorn chicks, $6.50 per 100. Cue- torn hatching, $2.25 per 100 eggs. Rush your order. 2% miles south, one mile west of Lone Rock.— Krause Poultry Farm & Hatchery Lone,Rock, Iowa. Phone 412. END ECZEMA Thousands of pitiful cases recovered in the past few months with Brickson's new eczema remedy. We guarantee it,—K. P. James. WHY SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR printing out of town? If the Al- gpna print shops got all the business which originates in Algona they cpuld hire three er four more printers to earn and spend their meney here. *5tf I6WT. '-HOW MUCH r^ONE*^ HAVE YOU IN. TME BANK ~ fe< -.AND, i SAID ^S'WfiETlE./MV- INCOME Wo U Up Nevf R KEEP UP WITH VpOf*. OUTGrO"— AND SHE REPJ.IEP IVOU'Lll /WEVER FOR r*iv , r IRST r HUSBAND THIS TOWM of OURS MAN$8U$)N*$S1 >V£RV5A» AFFAIR IF Me DOESN'T IAI THIS PAPER F. S. Norton & Son WILL RVN IT! Follow "LIFE" for thing* to laugh about- Follow our Ad« for VALUES to talk about! •<-$

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