Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1931
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PAGE EIGHT K0*mtft (fcmjrfo fttatitti *^^ f^Htk M^br, JB^^ ____ 1 _ ii _ , „_....... .....,_... __ .. . . — Never Forgotten When a Memorial is finished in Pirie's Dark Barre Granite, it will honor forever the memory of the one for whom it is erected. This granite, quarried for nearly fifty years, possesses color, texture and durability that are unsurpassed. When you specify it for memorials, your loved ones will never be forgotten. Ask us to show you this lovely memorial stone. We shall also be glad to assist you in selecting an appropriate design. Godden Monument Co. Est. 1S7S. L, R, MEMBERS OF 'AUX' TOLD TO LISTEN IN Lone Rock, June 23—Radio fans are urged to listen In this week Friday afternoon 4 to 4:30, on WOI, Amos, when Leona C. Lactehoff, department Fldac chairman, will give a program with appropriate music for inter-allied nations. This program will giv\e informaltlon about the Fldac work. A picnic took place at the Ambrose A. Call state park Wednesday. June 17, in honor of the county president, Mrs. F. H. Webster, who Is leaving j September 1. Seventy-three Auxiliary members and 30 children at-; tended, and a purse was presented: to Mrs. Webster. visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Krauae. Hulda/ Worthington went. to Al- HOiia to spend last week' with Mi's. Archie Bllsborotigh. The William Barkers, . West Union, spent Sunday at Clarence Householder's. The Roscoe Whitehills, Floodwood, Minn., are visiting Mrs. Finley Whitford. The Mite society Will meet with Mrs. Alex Krueger next .week Thursday. Mrs. F. 13. Itacurnber is taking foot treatment at Algona of Doctor Scanlan. Mr. a.nd Mrs. Ben Segebarth got home from Chicago last week Wednesday. Neva Rath- spent a few days'-last week at William Rath's, near Al- goiui. Over the 4th Excursion to CHICAGO TICKETS NOW OX SALE $8.00 Hound Trip—Short Limit Good In Coaches Only CHILDREN HALF FARE SHORT LIMIT tickets will be sold for all trains July 3 and 4. Return Limit July 6. $16.19 Ronnd Trip—Long Limit Good In Sleepers. Iterthg Extra. CHILDREN HALF FARE LONG LIMIT tickets will be sold for all trains July 3 only. Return Limit July 20. 2 BIG DAYS Horse Racine — Amusement Parks —Theatres—Shedd Aquarium — Adler Plantarium—Field Museum — Pier — Big League Baseball. YOUR TICKETS EARLY The MILWAUKEE ROAD Lono Rockers Defeat Lone Rock defeated Algona nt Algona Sunday, 4-1. This was uj close game. Sims struck out five j men; Cayou, six. Lone Rock secured nln c hits; Algona, seven/ Krueger, Brooks, and Munch for L. R. hit 3-baggers. and Twiigood. Algona, hit one 3-b:igger. Sims and Brooks were the battery for Lone Rock; Cayou and O'Brien, for Algona. Gathering Honors Montana, Visitors The Bert Angus family entertained Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Salisbury. Fort Benton, Mont., and guests were Mrs. Kate Annis, Algona, daughter Beth. Charles Schryver, Mrs. P. N. Sarchett, and the Edw. Dittmers, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, and Mr. and Mrs. N. L, Cotton, Lone Rock. Pierces Keturn to Louisiana— Clarence Macumber took Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Pierce to Mason City last Thursday, and there the Pierces joined friends with whom they were to return to their home at Bastrop. La. Mrs. Alfred Krue- er entertained the Pierces, Ersel lanchard, and Chester Alme at .nner last week tvednesday eve- ing. Sridge Club is Entertained— Mrs. Ralph Thompson entertain- d her bridge club last week Tues- ay afternoon. Besides members, itrs, Lillie Thompson, daughter a, and Verna Long were in at« endance. Mrs. Ernest Jensen won he low score; Mrs. Lillie Thorns' on, high. Sams Place The new lunch room in brick building north of the M. E. church. Now Open For Business GOOD SERVICE GOOD- EATS ; GOOD COFFEE We will appreciate your business. SPECIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 10 -bars Laundry Soap 29t 10 Ibs. Sugar 49c Large package Corn Flakes 10e t Ibs. Tone's Coffee 59t 1 gallon Peaches 48< 1 gallon Apricots 58< One ivory and green enamel cook ing utensil for 49c with a $5.00 older. Store will be closed Tuesday ant (Thursday evenings. Sunday hours 8 to 12 a. m. and 5 to 6 p. m, FASBBJTDEIl'S STOKE St. Benedict. ===== Upholstering Furniture First class work guaranteed. SAM KAUFMAN Phone 9-J. Adding Machine ROLLS hint Co BARNS, WINDMILLS HIT BV HEAVY WIND AT % BANCROFT— BANCROFT — This vicinity was hit by a severe wind storm Friday night about 0:45. The new 80x40 barn on the Lloyd Wellington section of land between Bancroft and Lakota was _. completely wrecked. Clyde Shlpler is the tenant on this farm. Th; windmill and several small buildings on the farm which the Thos. Murphy family farms was wrecked, and the shingles were blown from the house in three places. Emma Hughes of Emmington, 111., owns this farm, which is five miles northwest of Bancroft. The roof on the machine shed on the Art Renger place was blown off. A heavy rain fell after the wind storm. most Jensen Birthday Observed— Mrs. Ernest Jensen entertained i honor of her husband's birthday londay evening. Gueats were the J. Cottons, the Robert Drans- eldts, the Alfred Kruegers, the n Sharps, and the A. H. Hen- ingsens, Graettinger. Bridge was layed, the Cottons taking the'high tore and the Alfred Kruegers the w. laude Sulisburys Visit Here— R. T. Angus, daughter Alice, and Ir. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton were ntertained at E. B. Dittmer's home .ist week Monday evening, when Id friends gathered to meet Mr;' nd Mrs. Claude Salisbury, Fort Jenton, Mont., who are spending nis month here. They spent Sat- rday at the Cotton home. ilsie Haack 17; Party- Mr, and Mrs. Fred Haack enter- ained (io relatives and friends Sun- ay evening In honor of the Wilam Haacks' daughter Hlsie's 17th irthday. The evanlng was spent t cards and other games. daughter for Ernest Hajicks— Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haack an- ounce the birth Friday of a daugh- er, Wanda Lee, their first child. rtrs. Haack was formerly Julia Vibben. battle Shipped to Market— Albert Hutchlnson and Jos. -.ynch shipped three cars oC fat attie to Chicago Saturday night. NEWS .. of Our .. Neighbors LEDYARD METHODISTS TO PICNICK AT LAKE— LEDYARD — This week Friday the Methodist Sunday school children and their parents will have a picnic at Interlaken. Persons wishing to go should be at the church at 12:45 p. m. Transportation will be provided. FIDDLERS Itf PRIZES AT LEDYARD— LEDYARD—A band concert and oldtlme fiddlers' concert here were well attended Saturday night. Tilmer Halvorson played a cornet solo. Prizes in the fiddlers' contest were awarded to August Peterson Swea City, Ed Sanders, and Fred Junkermeier. A, F. Schultz awarded them. •*• NELLIE TAYLOR REPORTED LOW AT STATE HOSPITAL Replying to an inquiry. Dr. George Donqhue, superintendent of the Cherokee State Hospital, writes: "Replying to your letter of the 12th inst. relative to Nellie Taylor, we would! state that she is confined to bed all the time, and her mental condition is such that she would not recognize anyone, nor- is sue able to read or enjoy any paper. However, we should be- glad to have someone read the paper to her, but it Is very doubtful 1C she would understand what is said 1 to her. Her condition is such that she may pass away any time." SCHOOL IN GRAIN JUDGING IS GIVEN ON SPECIAL CAR A grain grading school on wheels for elevator officials and managers and farmers Interested In how and why grain is graded as it Is will be held in Emrtetsburg July 8 and at Garner July 9, when a special demonstration grain grading car will stop at the C. M.,'St. P. and P. depot. These grain grading schools are part of a series In the northern half of Iowa which are being sponsored by the Extension Service .at Iowa State college, the United States Grain Standards administration, the Illinois Central railroad, and the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific. The demonstration car In. which the school will be held will be open from 1 p. m. to 4:30 p. m. at Emmetsburg and from 2 p. m. to 4:15 p. m. at Garner. This car Is fitted out as a grain Inspector's laboratory. Demonstrations In grain grading are given, and dealers have a chance to do practice grading. Sample of various grain grades will be on exhibit. Dealers are being urged to take samples of grain they are in doubt about as regards grain grading factors. Talks on grain grading will be given by representatives of the Bureau of Grain Standards. An extension specialist in grain marketing will discuss various phases of selling grain, such as market outlets, the commercial movement of Iowa grain, and grain handling problems of country elevators. Production problems and their effect on quality of grain in which farmers are particularly interested will be discussed. Elevator men and farmers attending the school will have an opportunity to handle grain and ask questions concerning the -why and how of grading, inspection',, appeafe, and similar problems. < SEXTON FARMER'S ARM BROKEN AS HE CRANKS A TRACTOR Sexton, June 23-^-Albert Grosen 1 bach, on the Dutton farm at the' west edge of the village, suffered a broken arm last Thursday while he was cranking his tractor. Unable to start it with the crank, he tried the belt wheel and when the .engine started his arm was thrown violently against a lug. Forty Acres Alfalfa Sold— Fred Seefeld sold a 40-acre tract of alfalfa near the Jamee McEnroe farm at auction Monday afternoon. James Brophy bought half at $4 an acre, and Jack Carroll bought the other half at $3.50 an acre. S. S. Has Flout at Picnic— A committee prepared a float to represent the Sexton Sunday school in a parade at an Algona district Methodist picnic at the fairgrounds Tuesday. Stevens Attend ClnpNiiddle Reunion The Harvey Stevens and Mr. and SlrSi Coyd Steven Atfe'rtded a saddle family reunion at Storm Lake last Thursday. There were 70 persons tp attendance. i . Bible SchoM Twither Home— Ruth Miller came home again Sunday. For two weeks She had been teaching In a Bible school near Sioux City. , S. S. Hnd 1'lcnlc Yesterday— The Sunday school will have a picnic at the fairgrounds this week Wednesday. Other Sexton. The Aid met last Thursday with Mrs. A. L, Greenfield, 34 women attending. Mrs. Jergen Skow, Wesley, conducted Bible study till 4 o'clock, when lunch was served. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Veda Hedrlck's Thursday, July 16. . The John Azerskis, Thompson, spent last Thursday with the Robert Relllys. Mrs. Reilly and .Mrs. Azerski are sisters, The Azerskls f~ Want Ads | WANTED — CATTLE TO PAS- ture.—J. F. Hoflus. 10p40-41 FOR RENT—DESIRABLE HOME, close In.-VF. W. Dingley. Sutf FOR RENT — TWO-<ROOMS FOR light housekeeping.—Call 401-W. flu41 FOR SALE—FOX TERRIOR pups. Sure 'miff ratters.—Carl Bahling, Burt. Ilu40 FOR RENT—GOOD LIGHT housekeeping rooms for summer. — Inquire Advance. 10u41 AVANTGO—100 3-LB. AVERAGE heavy type spring chickens by July 2.—State's Cafe. 13u40-42 WANTED—MARRIED MAN TO work on farm, small child or no children.—Lewis McAVhorter, Burt. 15p41 NOTICE—I WILL~NOT BE~~RE- sponsible for any debts contracted by anyone but myself.—Floyd Riebhoff. 16740-41 SPECIAL SALE" o"n~FRIGIDAIRES trp to July 15. Seeing is believing. Come in and see. — A. K. CTfff. 16u41 FOR SALE—LIVING CAR, 7x14, on good 4-wheel trailer, cheap if taken soon.—J. J. Neelings, south Moore St. 19p40 FOR SALE—A NUMBER OF second 1 fraud washing- machines, both electric and for engine, at your own price. Must be sold.—A. K. Cliff, 25u41 brought A.'Br Pastey h6i»6 several months with them. Mr. and Mrs. OrVllle HedficK, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neunrnn, and Margaret Hedrlck were Sunday guest* of Mr. and Mrs, Lou Kutschara at Clear Lake. •Marie Harris spent Friday and Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Lati- refice Hansen, Wesley, and attended a Wesley township Farm .Bureau meeting Friday evening, Ferd Brethorst and Alva McMur- JiikVw* frbnr'a fishing vacation In northern Mlnne- Otto Neuman Is tinting his tenant house painted. It la occupied by the John Harris family. John Bahr Is doing the work, Helen .Hawkins spent, Sunday with Arlene Brethorst and attended a county Woodman picnic at the fair grounds with •them, Rose Kutschara, Who has .been bedfast two weeks ,Ay!th the summer flu. is about again Edith Qreenfl, nay night „„ Gouge's, hear The Robert Hollivi £y spent .Sutulay at Mr. and Mrs. -- ' . M. ,, PIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM I MEATS at HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your | mailing list" and save you the expense- and' drudgery of typing.. Our addresses cannot be told from typewriting.—Advance. 25tf WA'TKTWS' SfEW WANTED—A few openings' fn the central part of the state;— If interested write to Joe H. Koeklioelc, field! supervisor, Hotel Chamberlain, Des Mofnes-, la. p-IO-41 PARS' A'STD BIRDIES' — WHKX your.-cluBff are right—Johnny Farrell and" Blue Kfboon matched irons Improve 1 your game. BTne Ribbon irons,- $3:45" eacfr.—GamM'e Stores. WANTEB^-R'EtrABLE: MAST TO sell new guaranteed- cuTtvrre forborne grown grata.. Eliminates ex- pensH-e^milE feeds; Tfo eapftaT needed. Must have eatr. Experience with stock and feeding helpful. Make $8 to $20 dteiTy.—Write Box 259, Mitsoni ffilty;. STp-IO LONGS | We have just completed installa- | tion of a Holcomb and Hoke all| cold display counter, and can give | you everything in | ~~F R E S H M E A T S M. Order by phone with your groceries-one 1 phone call for an entire meal. Phones 214 1 and 215—Meats, Bakery Goods, Groceries- jj on one call. | A Full Line of Decker 9 s and | Swift's Meats I Sunday Spring Fries or Roasts delivered to 1 your back door. I T Li \J ' GROCERIES AND MEATS Irs. Jack Quum's Uncle Dies— The Jack Quinns drove to Musca- ine Sunday to attend the funeral if an uncle of Mrs. Quinn. Other Lone Rock. Mrs. R. J. Edwards, Pipestone, Minn., and her children are spend- ng two weeks at Roy Jensen and Jos. Elvidge's. Mr. Elvldge and Mrs. Edwards drove to Perry Saturday to visit Dr. Geo. p. Elvidge ind his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Segebarth and daughter Phyllis drove to Mankato Saturday to get the former's brother Eric, attending college there. Mr. Segebarth and his sisters Martha' and Lydia took him back Monday. Mrs. Leona Brandt and Flora Walline, De Smet, S. D., came Friday to visit the Frederick Schult- zes, and were to go on to Forest ity to visit the Charles Schultzes this week. A. \V. Sprank and Mrs. Edw. O'Donnell drove to Mankato last week Tuesday to see John Sprtink, who had been openated on there. Mr. Sprank was brought home Sunday. The Herman Wilretts, Algona, Mrs. Fred Willrett, daughter Elsie, Mrs. Claud Ackermun, her daughter Lillian were Sunday guests at Frank Flaig's. Mr. and Mrs. William Leeper, the Harry Rahns, and the Glen Leepers drove to Fairmont Sunday to visit relatives. Russell Sharp spent Sunday with his wife and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sharp. He is hauling gravel at Dayton. Mrs. Lillie Thompson and her daughter Neva drove to St. Cloud, Minn., Friday to visit relatives, returning Monday. William Cameron and Mrs. Ethel Benjamin and her son Jackie drove to Dolliver Sunday to visit the Oliver Stows. The Frank Flaigs, Mrs. James Ackrman and Mrs. Glen Burt visit- ted John Sprank at Mankato last Thursday. Harold Smith, buttermaker at Lotts Creek, has purchased a new Pontiac coach of the Priebe Auto company. Mrs. Ernest Jensen took her mother, Mrs. H. N. Osher, home to Graettinger Friday evening. Leona Bierstedt came home last week Wednesday from Sioux City for a three weeka visit. The L. R. Rodericks and- the Robert Dransfeldts visited Sunday with relatives at Sheffield. I Billy Clayton, Charles city, to I Teacher Wed; Resigns. Lone Rock, June 23—Pauline Lewis, who had accepted a posl' tion as local music teacher, has resigned, sayliig tivat since married teachers are uat permitted she is unable to qualify. It is reported that she and William Flalg have been married since last January. Wind Plays Havoc. Lu Verne-, June 23—A windstorm did considerable damage to trees and property here Friday night. P. H, Hintz reported damage to hie milk house, and at the home of A. L. Daggy a large bay window was blown in and broken to bits. Tarautulii is l s ound. Lu Verne, June IB—A tarantula that came in a bunch of bananas has been the object of much Inter' est at the Tiede & Schneider grocery store. It was captured alive and is kept in a cigar box with a glass over the top. FIRST LUTHERAN, C. E. Olsson, Pastor—Mr. Gustafsor^ and Mr. Knocke, students from Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn., will give a missionary program at the church tonight at S . . . The Junior Mission band will meet Saturday at 2:30 p. m. at Luther Hall; Rena Bakken, hostess . . . For next Sunday: Sunday school at 10; morning worship, 10:45, In the afternoon the annual picnic will take place at the Ambrose A. Cal atate park. WHY SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR printing out of town? If the Al gona print shops got all the business which originates in Algona they could hire three or four more print ers to earn and spend their money here. , ' 45ti NEW LOW PRICES FOR JUNE 9SJT5 per- 100. White Leghorn* gmun«tt««d t» lire slightly Hlfrllcr.. Huff Mliioraus, White and Barred 10*. An ever-increasing number of customers- eve*y year want our June chicks. They are making money, fftr them,, -winy mot ftr yon? Try. our new starting and growing; maaJn that ife giving such wonderful results. Milled and mixed! in> our own plaat. Always iresh. Hamilton Leghorn Farm and Hatchery One mile west and one > mil* .south-,. Bancroft Iowa. illllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIiniUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJilliJH ir— TEN NEW FEATURES Sub-Tread ... 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