Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 9, 1931
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HATUWATER SOAP, 8 bars CIIIPSO, large package CAMAY SOAP, 8 bars KINSO, large package ----------------- ____— _28c OXYBOL, large package ------------------ — 19c GOLD DUST, large package ------------------- Sic P & G SOAP, 10 bars ------------------------ — 29c DUl pickles, quart 19c Golden corn, can 10« Honarch tomato jiilce 10c Monarch spaghetti, prepared, can 10c Pears, large can 17c Monarch grapefruit, can -I9c SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR, package 25c FRUIT GEL, all flavors 6c FANCY CHOCOLATE COOKIES, Ib. __.19c PINEAPPLE, No. 2 1-2 size can ___ 17c FOLGER'S COFFEE, Ib -»»c PORK AND BEANS, can 6c BED PITTED CHERRIES, No. 10 size can 75c B & B FLOUR $!- 19 BRAN FLAKES 10c HILLSDALE PEACHES, 2 1-2 size can _______—19c PRUNES, « Ibs. l» c WE BUY EGGS FOR CASH OR TRADE Bloom's Grocery Department will be open every Thursday night during band concert season for the convenience of our customers. BLOOM'S STORE MR. FARMER: Buy your harvest supplies here and cut down expenses. Fentoni July 7 — "Grandpa" Yandt, who or a number of years had lived with his step-daughter, Mrs. Bmilie MIenke, died last week Monday night at 01. .He was in his usual state of health till a few days before and death was apparently due to the exhaustion •onsequent from his advanced years. Mr. Yortdt, whose names were William John, waff born in Germany, March 4, 1841, and there married Wllhelmlna Freitag in June, 1873. In 1,877 he and his wife, with the latter's daughter by a previous marriage and her husband, came to America and located on what is now known in this community as the Mienke farm, one mile west of town. One of the first things the Yandts did after their arrival was to join the local Methodist church as charter members. Mrs. Yandt died, in 1905. but Mr. Yandt' and' the Micnkes continued to live on the farm till they moved to Fenton last January. Funeral services were conducted at the house and then at the church last week Wednesday by the pastor, the Rev. J. T. Snyder, and interment was mode in the cemetery south of town. Whittetnore Nine Beats Fenton— A reorganized Whittemore • ball team played Its first game at Fen J ton Sunday and was victorlus. -The game was transferred from Whittemore because of wet grounds there. Whittemore scored once each in the second, third, and fourth innings and again in the ninth, while Fenton was able to score only In the spent the week-end,at Arnolds ParkY Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson spent Saturday and SUttday wlttt Mrs. Stephcnson's parents, Mr/ and Mrs. Julius Peterson Algona. . Leona Schendel, Chicago, who is visiting relatives here, Is a niece of Mrs. Fred Kuecker nnd of George tind Julius aremniels. Wilfred Stoeber left last week Monday to. take up his work as' salesman for' the Northrup-Klng seed company. The Boettchers, of Lotts Creek, and the Herman Hlntz family, near Fenton, spent Sunday at Mrs. Mary SWEA CITYAN PASSES AFTER LONG ILLNESS Swea City, Johnson, who July 7—Mrs. hud been in Olaf poor Mtttag's. Dr. S. \V. Meyers went to Des- STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF Kossuth County State Bank organized under the laws of Iowa, located at Algona, in the County of Kossuth, at the close of business on the 30th day of June, A. D. 1931. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, Bonds and Securities - Overdrafts Banking House Furniture and Fixtures Other real estate owned Due from banks and bankers, cash and cuHh items 22,600.00 9,486.93 Total .Resources f 560,103.48 '134.89 32,086.93 69,261.99 216,893.34 $ 878,480.63 LIABILITIES $ 50,000.00 20,000.00 deducting ex- Capital Stock ----Surplus fund Undivided profits (after penses) _______________ ........ ---Reserved for depreciation -------------Deposits due to banks and bankers on .,.,, demand ...... - ............. - ..... ijiillvidual deposits subject to check ---Savings deposits ----------------------Time certificates of deposit ------------ 103,877,45 Demand certificates, certified checks and unpaid dividends - ............. 9,177.27 892.22 1,500.00 9,704.21 628,308.96 55,020.62 70,006.00 2,892.22 806,088.41 $ S7S.4S0.63 Total Liabilities STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. We, H. E. Rist, President; and J. S. Auner, Cashier o£ the bank above named, do solemnly swear that the foregoing' statement is full, true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. (SEAL) H. E. RIST, President. J. S. AUNER, Cashier. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence by H. E. Rist and J. S. Auner this 7th day of July, 1931. (Notarial Seal.) ANNA BUSS, Notary Public in and for Kossuth County. Attested by E. J. Van Ness, T. H. Wadsworth, H. J. Bode, Jos. TV. Wadsworth, and G. S. Buchanan, Directors. One Minute Washers Servel Electric Refrigerators FOSTER'S ..'.•j i . Now that the Fourth is in the background, and you were unable to spend your money on account of the rain, why not buy a new piece of furniture? We have to make room for our new Fall stock, so we are offering a number of odd pieces and sets from 1-3 to 1-2 their regular price, Also y special'•prices on rugs & linoleums. Better Furniture for Less Money. Foiter Furniture Co. eighth. Errors and poor caused Fenton to lose. hitting Local preacher Preaches Here— F. L. Schsck, local preacher from Estherville, conducted services at | the'Mthodist church Sunday morning, and the Rev. J. T. Snyder, pastor, preached at the Methodist church at Estherville for the Rev. Mr. Winterstlen, who is taking a vacation. Ex-Pastor's Mother Is Dead— Word was received one day last week by local friends of the death of Grandma Friedrich, mother of a former pastor of the local Lutheran church. She died at the home of her son, the Rev. Max Friedrich, at Humboldt last week Tuesday. Mrs. Meyers to the Lakes — Mrs. A. H. Meyers left Monday for the Okobojis, where she joined a group of friends for a week's outing in a cottage on the Methodist camp grounds owned by the Rev. Mr. Wlnterstein, of Estherville. Daughter for Truman Johnsons — An eight pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson last week Wednesday. Mrs. Johnson is at her brother Buryl Bromley's at Dolliver. This is the first child for the Johnson's. Attend Drowned Couth's Funeral— At Enftnetsburg last week Monday Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager attended funeral services for Antony Naig, of Cylinder, who was drowned in a gravel pit near that town. Attend Funeral at Emmetsburg— Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hengel and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bellinger attended the funeral of Hazel Linderman at Emmetsburg last week Monday. Moines Friday night to visit friends till Monday morning. Marcus 'Llndscy helped Jesse O'Keefe at the barber shop at Ledyard *>st week. PIONEERS END VISIT TO OLD UNION HAUNTS Union Twp., July 7—Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ward, Dlckerson, Kans., and Mrs. J. B. Winkel, Pasadena, Calif., concluded a month's visit last week Tuesday at Frank Rlebhoff's and with other relatives In the county. •Mrs. Ward was Susan Riebhoff and Mrs. Winkel was Jane Riebhoff, and they are sisters of Frank. Riebhoff, of this township, John Riebhoff, Algona, and Mre. Elizabeth Winkel, Bancroft. Their father and mother settled on the farm which is -now Frank's home 75 years ago, or in 1856. A Riebhoff family reunion was held at Bancroft recently. The Wards lived for a year on the old Ensign farm, now owned by Frank Cruikshank, but moved away more than 40 years ago. Mrs. Winkel has since the death of her husband lived with her only child, Mrs. R. H. Miller, Pasadena. The Millers are former Algonlans, and Mr. Miller for many years owned what Is now the Borchardt drug store. The J. , B. Wlnkels formerly owned what Is now the Thdrpe home and suburban grocery. ' v - . . School Board Has Annual Meet—The school board held its annual meeting last week Wednesday.after- noon at the Center schoolhouse. The next school year will'close May 27. An appropriation of $30 was made toward the Rural Schools day next year. Mrs. D. C. Gardner and E. J. McEvoy were re-elected secretary and treasurer respectively. The secretary was Instructed to purchase the supplies for the seven schools next year, and every director is to get his supplies from the secretary instead of making purchases at nearby towns. A levy of $6,000 was made for school purposes. This is $3,000 less than that of a year ago, in keeping with suggestions from the state department. The reduction was possible because of a large balance on hand. An allowance of 75c a pupil was made for "busy work." Cow-Tester Attends Reunion- Ernest Phillips, cow-tester for Kossuth association No. 1, recently attended a family reunion at his brother's home at Earlville. His sister Ruth, who taught English and French in the Algona high school three years ago, has been doing library work eince leaving here, and she spent the past academic year at the University of Wisconsin, where she completed a librarian's course. health for some time, died at -her home here Sunday, night, June 28. She was born Ingri Swensoo in Chrlstlanstad, sweeten, February 7, 1851, and came to America in 1'874. sW married Olaf Johnson In 1873, and they came 'to Kossuth four Mr. befor*'other Leafctics, etc.'; The eti# must be won .for three years In all* c&sslon' Defer© 1 ''It rj b6c0ttte» f gue's permanent property New l>ehtl*t to 'kto* Oinrence Anderson, son nnd Mrs. J. J, Anderson,, will flrae« tloe dentistry here In partnership with Doctor Kulander, It is announced. We was graduated from the Minnesota state university dental college In June. He had been visiting his parents here,' but .returned to Minneapolis one day mat week- to serve a year's in the Minnesota She weighed 'T« ll years later. Besides her husband she Is survived by seven children!' Mrs. F. A. Johnson, Mrs. Jacob Peterson, Ole L. and John C., all of Swea City; Bernard, Albion, Neb.; Mrs. Matthew Anderson, Dunnell, Minn.; and .George A., of pomeroy. Funeral services were conducted at the Lutheran church last week Wednesday, the Rev. Raymond Swanson in charge and burial was made in the Harrison cemetery. Florense Anderson to Bride— At the Baptist church Sunday afternoon took place the marriage of Florence, daughter of Andrew Anderson, to" Alfred,- son of Albert Anderson, who formerly lived north of Swea City but Is now a resident of Illinois. The couple were attended by Fern .Roalson .Martinson, matron of honor, and Bernard Olson, best man. The Rev. Mr. Selmens performed the ceremony. Pearl McAnlnch played the wedding march, and the Isenberg trio sang. Some 250 persons attended the event. The bride was graduated from the local high school this year. Alfred works at the Griffith garage. After a honeymoon trip In Illinois the couple 'will go to housekeeping in the east part of town. Former Resident Burled Here- Mrs. Walter Peterson, formerly a resident here, was buried Sunday, following funeral services conduct ed • at -the •• -local • Lutheran . church. Tiie Peterson home is now at Sioux City, and the parents and children were on the way here to visit relatives, when Mrs. ..Peterson, .was taken sick at Fort .Dodge. She was taken to a hospital there, and died in two days. Born Anna Erick- aon, April 5, 1890, in Swea township, she was only 4ft years old. She is survived by her husband, her parents, two sisters, and four children, Maye, AValter Jr., Leroy, and Miriam. internship university hospital. Doctor Kulander, who has for many years served Swea City as health nnd his large products, > station August i.'' '• '• ' tyhe Norwegian Lutheran wdtnen served a mission >ten, In the church basement la«t week Tuesday and clertred $16. < The Rev, and Mrs. Swartson departed Monday for a three weeks trip to the.Black Mills and'Yellow stone Park. _ "*'',' . Paul at Pal , I1U - fof her mothor ,„, ' The Baptist sml; hov annual picnic ,u ,ho °* this week Tiirscluy. BIG JULY H, at Gambles. t , m .. 14 Ib, klts-3 », ne 'r, 7-8 D uro 5 gal. RAO um.1 8 P . m ., ADVANCE .dentist, is not In good needs help to care for practice. Poppy Sales Girls to be Honored— Upon hearing of the good work the high school girls here did at selling popples, the national magazine of the Legion requested a picture to the girls to be run In the magazine. Last week Tuesday afternoon the''girls went to .Fairmont and had one taken. They are: Lois James, Eva Maud Wenzel, Irene Dourte, Ardella Hovey, Jane Carlson, Edith Dahl, Florence Johnson, Dorothy ChHstlans,on, Lucille Anderson, June Larson, >Carol Fosgren, and Helen Pool. They were dressed'In navy uniforms. James Elder Takes Elevator— , ; ; Frank Thomson has Closed ten years of service at • the local Farmers', elevator and has been sue- ceeded by James Elder, late manager of the Hobarton elevator. The Elder family, consisting of the parents and a daughter six. years old, .Mil move into thje elevator house, as soon as the Thomsons, who are at present quarantined for scar- letina, vacate. The Thomsons will continue to .live here, as Mr. Thomson retained his position as manager • of the North Kossuth Livestock Shipping association. Swea Team Emmet Champs— .' -Swea -City.'s Junior ^baseball boya, by winning all their games last week are now champions of the Emmet county Junior league. Ban croft has. won .th,e.'.KosSuth., chtim= plonship, and the two teams AviH now meet at Ledyard this week LONG'S FOOD SHOP • EVERYTHING TO EAT INCLUDING FRESH MEATS , NEAT, CLEAN, AND PLEASANT IEE DELIVERY—8, 9, ANl) 10 O'CLOCK A. NOTICE—Try our Hamburger and Pork Phone your 8 o'clock meat order early. ;«.;• Real Estate Sp modenh| Luther League Wins Trophy— The Luther League of the Immanuel Lutheran church won honors at a Sioux City district convention at Laurens last week. The Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Swanson, Emma Schueler, Luella Jensen, Lloyd Anderson, and Everett Bex- 11, who were delegates, brought home a loving cup. Points are earn- Tuesday. 80 Attend Legion Picnic— The Legion post and the Auxiliary held their annual piienic at Interlaken last week Tuesday, and 80 persons attended. A 7 p. m. picnic dinner was followed by pony golf and other amusements. Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bowman spent the Fourth at Fort Dodge. Mr. Bowman is a member of the drum and bugle corps there, and it was to have appeared at an Exposition park celebration, • but rain prevented the exhibition. ALGONA, IOWA given during the year, the number of miles traveled to give programs A SEI.F-PURCHA8IXG HOUSE FOB SALE AT A BARGAIN On account of uncertain health, the owner of equipped house, In a gobd neighborhood, close in to the bus!nt»J section, of Algona,, yrtljl sell, jrt a;lpw f.^ure: .Terms, and balance In ihonthly installments which can be by purchaser. The preaent 'owner , has adapted this .hpufie so that portlom o| I it rtin be rented *out for '-light housekeeping accommodations.^;! which there la always great demand at good rentals. House has 10 rooms besides the hallways; garage in tea) large basement for storage purposes; new Lennox furnatt, (tei:| trie lights; sewerage, and extra toilet and bath facilities. Size of the lot is 80x160 feet; with good garden plot in rear. This is just the kind of a place for some enterprising part; with a little capital to take over for a home, which, with rijlitl management, CAN fiE MADE TO PAY FOR ITSELF IN APEW| YEARS. ' """"• If Interested and you want to look this proport;' over, mean "business," arrange to do eo witfi H. D. HUTCHINS 10,! E. Kennedy Street Telephone W>l| en you* Surprise for Mrs. Huldorf— A number of neighbors and other friends of Mrs. Wilbert Huldorf surprised her on her birthday last week Monday afternoon. Appendicitis Patient Homo Again — Mrs. Herman Hintz returned Sun day from Estherville, where she recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. Reporter Editor Goes Fishing — Editor J. A. Schwartz and his family enjoyed a fishing vacation from last Thursday till Sunday at Cross Lake, Minn. Other Fenton News Mr. and Mrs. C. J.- Templln, Morris, Minn., and Mrs. G. E. Formals, Gaylord, Minn., and her son Junior visited from last week Tuesday afternoon till Wednesday evening at Henry Schulte's. Mrs. Formals is Mrs. Schulte's mother, and Mrs. Templin is Mrs. Schulte's sister. Mrs. C. Q: White, Lexington, Ky., and a daughter, Mrs. E. Frank Mor gan, Birmingham, Ala., who had Visited Penton friends a week or imtre, departed for Fremont last week Tuesday for a week with other relatives before going home. Wilfred Reimers, the Misses Hen derson and Morrison, and a Mr Osborn, all of Des Moines, were al the H. E. Reimers home here anc the Raymond Reimers home at Ringsted from Friday till Sunday evening. The Henrik Fauerbys, Eldora, spent the week-end at E. C. Fauerby's and C. H. Geronsin's. Howard Fauerby, who has visited the local Fauerbys and the Geronslns a month, went home with his parents. Irene Newel, Maxine Weisbrod, and Clarence Osborn drove to Truman, Minn., Sunday to visit the John Hamiltons. They met T, O. ;Lively, Rochester, Minn., |an old friend, thece. Mrs. G. F. Rockwood, Worthington, Minn., and her son Roxy, spent last week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith, and attended the chautau- qua. The Lewis Reeds and Mr. Reed's sister Jean, Mason City, visited at Raymond Stoeber's from Friday evening till Sunday night. Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Stoeber are, sisters. Mrs. Ralph Jones, Des Moinea, and her three children visited at the Peter Hayenga and liarry Haase homes from last week Tuesday till last Thursday evening. she is a cataloguer in the Waterloo public libraries. When she taught at- Algona she and her mother had an apartment In the W. S. Wi'ndell home which wae torn down on what is now the Asa C. Call park on north Thorington street. Wisconsin Crops Only Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Dau, Milltown, Wis., and three children went home June 27, after a three-day visit with their respective parents, Herman Dau and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Riebhoff. The Daus, ' who are farming for the fifth year in Wisconsin, reported dry weather, with hay, generally a good crop, short. • Don't Rasp Your Thro With Har V * Irritants Corn Flattened by Wind— Some corn started to tassel last week. It has straightened well since t was laid flat by wind and rainstorm last week Wednesday. Pres». ent indications are for a good crop. The hot weather has hurt small grain, and from appearances there will be a light crop, unless the cool weather now prevailing causes the heads to fill. M.-1X Club Meets July 16— Mesdames Mame Hofius and Lulu Elston, Burt, will entertain the Mothers and Daughters club Thursday, July 16. Program: paper, Songs of Note, Airs. Katherine Leason; book review, Bess Streeter Aldrich's A Lantern in Her Hand, Mrs. M^ary Wood; music, Lloyd Elston. Funeral of Relative Attended— The John Mahoneys were at Forest City Friday to attend the funeral of John's sister, Mrs. Leonard Tannehill. The burial was at Lu Verne. Mrs. Tannehill, who was Mary Ann Mahoney, was reared in Kossuth. The Tannehills had lived at Forest City 20 years. Windstorm Blows Down Silo— The silo on the Garrett Dearchs farm tenanted by the. son Claude, was blown to the ground during the wind and rain storm of last week Wednesday. It was turned about half way around before reaching the ground. B. W. Weisbrod, spent Sunday with Nampa, Ida., his brother B. A. He returned, Monday to Hartley, where he is employed at the LeRoy Newel garage. The Rev. J. T. Snyder and his family drove to Lake City Friday to visit Mrs. Snyder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Loss©, till Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, daughter Gladys, Drugget and Mr?. | F. H. Elgter, and. daughter Rural Schools Day 'planned— The Mothers and Daughters club and the township school board will sponsor another Rural Schools day May 27, 1932. The club has appointed Mrs. Helen Vogel, Burt, as general chairman. OtherJPnJon News Mr. and Mrs. Matt Ferrlgan, Chicago, were guests of the John Ma- honeys here and the Henry Nelsons,, Sexton, Saturday and Sunday. Mea- dames Mahoney and Nelson are misters, and Mr. Ferrlgan a cousin. •Mrs. Ralph Jones, Des Moines, was an over-the-Fourtb guest of her father, Herman Dau. *- "Reach for a LUCKY instead" ' t (, • Adam and Iv« In the Gardm«l| Eden—A story we have all heard since < hood— Consider your Adam'* A P pl *"", possession of oach on* of us/ man or wom«| —your voice J>ox—containing your chords—your larynx—Don't r«p throat with harsh Irrltants-R««<'»f» r j LUCKY instead-Be careful In your of cigarettes. v ..',• Remember, LUCKY STRIKE Urtwe cigarette in America that through its < slvo "TOASTING" Process expel* harsh irrltants'present In all raw Thoso expelled Irritants are sold facturors of chemical compound*. Tw]M not present in your LUCKY ST so we say "Consider your AdanVjj Girl Cracks Bones. Lu Verne, July 7— Mary Hlnkel suffered two cracked bones in her left elboytw ago, when jumped her arm against the door of autonjQb% ' «h.e wag It's toasted Including the use of Ultrg Violet R qy $ Sunshine MellowvHHe at Purifies Yo»r Throat Protection ~qgaiiut irritation »»aaaiii.t *^^W^w^S^^W ^^fflJWfiMji^MMMB flH^^H^^^^^M ^ -^'W^WSSPIP

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