Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1931 · Page 9
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KOSStttH COUKTV AflVANCB. Al/iONA. IOWA MODEL No. 4 Jmooth the Way on Ironing Day" your ironing time one-third . . . banish rung day troubles! You can do it with a Jeman Self-Heating Iron. It "Smooths the (fay on Ironing Day". In hot weather you can i in cool comfort anywhere ... in the coolest lom'or on the shaded porch. The Coleman akes its own gas from regular untreated gaso- No cords or connecting tubes. LEDYARD F, D, MEETING DRAWS LARGE CROWD Lnkotn, Aug. 18—A good-sized owd attended the Ledyard town- p Farm Bureau meeting at CHas. 3ggerth'» Friday evening. The pro- am, which was In charge of J. H. olcomb, follows; songs, We Are olng Down tho Valley, and Stars the Summer Night, male chorus om the Swedish- Lutheran church Swea City; talk on, The Univer- 1 Laws of Life, by the Rev. Mr. 3oese, pastor of the local Lutheran lurch; reading by Mrs. Holcomb ngs by the chorus, Iowa am oodnlght Farmers. Lunch was rved. (inner Lnliota Pastor Honored- Friends of the Rev. Jerrle John on, of St. Louis, have received ord that the University ot Dubu ue recently conferred the honorar egreo of Doctor of Divinity upa ilm. He Is an uncle of the Rev "Yank Johnson, pastor ot the loca leUiodlst church, and Is a former astor of the local Presbyterian Wesley WILBUR J. PAYNE, Editor Model No. 4 is Instant Lighting. No preheating cessary. Sole-plate is double pointed. Wrinkles nish with both forward and backward strokes. New utton Bevel" on sole-plate makes it easy to iron round buttons, under pleats and along seams. • Body [finished in blue porcelain enamel to match the cool i handle. Base is nickel plated, highly polished. MODEL No. 5 New Model No. 5 !• Torch ring . . . an eoty, simple Mid wire mod of generation, b especially table where heavy grades of fuel s used. Has Spring Oteen por- lin enameled body with handle uied to match. Base of highly ished nlckeL • <•„> Come In today and see the / Coleman Irons in action. See IT easy they arc to operate I Hurt Bank Prospers. The Burt Savings bank was five months old August 14 and had $117,000 In deposit. F. B. R active vice president, and J. Heaney, cashier, had arrived at that just time when we | Lone Rock, and the Auxiliary member, Mrs. George Thompson, of Ledyard. The Schencks have a nice home at Burt, whore Mr. Schenck has served as carrier • for a num- er of years. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith have , thousand to $105,454.36. The bank has some $30,000 ..„ Ha peaches, and had put a lot of work he garden. The farmer who Five members of the local C. D. of A.'s attended a district meeting at Clear Lake Saturday: the Mesdames Kennedy, Henry and Julius Kunz, Ann Kunz, and Miss Susie Pflffner. Mr. and Mrs. James Hodges returned from Van Hook, N. D., last week Tuesday, and will remain here ndeflnltely with Mrs. Hodges' mother, Mrs. Nettle Turgeson. Clarence Herbst and his mother, Ella Herbst, Franklin Grove, 111., spent Friday and Saturday with the I. W. Leases, who are old neighbors and friends. Guy M. Butts took his ward, Margaret Hanson, to Cedar Falls Saturday, and arrangements were made for her to enter college In the fall. The Olaf Funnemarks returnee Saturday night from Alexandria Minn., where they had camped ou and visited the Peter Andersons. Karl Wester, who IB with the Karl Ahlers Produce company, New York City, is visiting hie parents here. He Is accompanied by a Mr. Schultz. Mrs. John Hutchison returned Saturday evening, having spent a week with her mother, Mrs. Lawe PAGE NlNK Lawler, New providence. The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary was observed with special services at St. Joseph ch'urcb, Saturday. Grandma Kunz left Saturday night for Madison, Wls., to visit the family of her deceased son ISA. Personal Loans- Milch Cow Loans INCREASE YOUR DAIRY HERD WITH OUR MONEY—Dairy cows assure a regular monthly Income. We will loan money on your present herd or furnish the funds to purchase additional cows. WE LOAN MONEY ON PERSONAL PROPERTY—Money to no used for any purpose. Perhaps your car Is already financed and the payments are too large, It is easy to reduce theee monthly payments through our plan. Call at our office or write us for full particulars. THE INLAND FINANCE CORPORATION ALGONA First door North of Iowa State Bank. Phone 65. IOWA hurch. He left here 25 years ago or the St. Louis church he still erves. They are building a beau is a fine town. The people both in > town and country are friendly and sociable, having some of the best cultural traditions In the county. and experimenting with them seems to tie the hobby up to i-pgular job, and sometimes the teaches something new about | practical farming. ! Mrs. Smith en Rural traditions in the county. Tml ,~ <• Hnhnrtrm hpfore Many of to*^™^<^\^£S T^ffiS Llher unusual per-| h , er marriage. and busi- llves >" Burt ' ' , , ness "people who are yoUng and Dr. H. R. Gibson, veternarian, -••-.. --..- = «• I started for themselves within the says he has vaccinated at lease as Iful new church and expect to de- years' Burt will grow in many hogs this season to date as llcate it in October, financial importance on the pro- last year notwithstanding shortage | „ ,„ ^_ duclive acreage around the town of money on farms. Some abandon- Crops Look Good Here— , , b ud one o{ the ed vaccinating this season becavlse Mrs. Onin Sturdevant spent the "« ne ,° hborhoods aS their pro- of a lack of cash, but others who forepart of last week visiting her | (1pf . RKSOra fllc , Burt wm grow a nd|t»d not vaccinate lost year say that jarents, the Oliver Hocketts, of Port Dodge. They came home with her Thursday and spent the rest of the week visiting here, returning Sunday. Mr. Hackett says the crops look much better here than near Fort Dodge. Hand Burned In Truck Fire— Mrs. Lars Relsen's brother Joseph Stenberg, of Blue Earth, had one hand severely burned while fill rlcnest neignoornooua a» mcir i>iv- -^ — — -• . decessors did. Burt will grow and <«d not vaccinate last year say that prosper, and the Burt Savings bank in a year like the present they can' will grow with the neighborhood, not afford to take any chances and In addition to the two men named accordingly found money to pay for above, other officers and directors vaccinating. The doctor said that include W T. Peters, president, most of the recent losses of horses Senator George W. Patterson, G. W. by heat was confined to a two day Bleich, W. A. McArthur, and L. E. I period when the air was heavy ». Linnan. GILT EDGE OES -perfect for sehool-for play-for parties 98c Women's Weight. We saw Frank Thorpe at the Al- well as hot. He had come in from | a hard night, got cleaned up, boiled shirt on and was resting in great comfort as we came in, | one nancl severely uunnzci wim<- L,H-I »v^ tn^w * .«-».ix «-- -- - i however the rest probably was snort ing his truck with gas while thresh- gona Flour and Feed store sitting Uv€cl for - we saw a worr ied looking ing two weks ago. The gas ex-| on a truck in the cool of the build- Nelson ploded and the truck got on fire, ing resting recently, but he said he but the blaze was put out before had been unloading one or two car- much damage was done. loads of sugar a week recently. The 1 Algona firm, with the big ware Former Teacher in Visit— I house on State street, stores sugar The I. B ' Wortmans entertained and flour for two wholesale grocery Lena Amundson, of Eagle, and firms in addition to its own large Leila Mitchell, of Webster City, a Clour, feed and seed business, week ago. Sunday. Mrs. Amundson The concern, owned and managed is a sister of Mrs. Wortman and by D. L. Leffert and W. A. Dutton, Miss Mitchell taught here at the | sells anything from _a _few. seeds^or same time Mrs. Wortman was teacher. Injured Arm is Infected— Clifton Buckels hurt his about three weeks ago when a hay carrier rop'e broke cutting a gasii in the arm. A week ago infection set in and bloodpoisoning followed. ~"- U.fa'J. E)UlllltLJ( • ,HJ.H3t JVUJ u»iviu«-'»i j.*m« ~ —.. —— , a sister of Mrs. Wortman and by D. L. Leffert and W. A. Dutton, he sells anything from a few. seeds or a | bulbs to a ton or a carload cf feed, and in adition probably has more non-buying visitors than any other etorf! In town. arm largely women Mgona Phone 274 ^^————•—i«—^ Mention, Farmers! [You can actually save money by buying your harness from me now! 1 have reduced my harness ten pr cent, and will give you 20c [bushel for your oats, for the ext 30 days, on the purchase rice of any style of harness I ave in the shop. Oats to be elivered at elevator. [F. H. SHACKELFORD Old Reliable Harness Dealer, Algona These visitors are iu.i6=-.r .—- who come in to weigh on the firm's platform scales, many as 150 women have weighed in one Saturday evening and „ - -- .there is much comment, and worry It was necessary to have the arm expre ssed after the scales are read The'heavies all weigh too much to suit them; and the lights weigh too little. ' Great resolutions are made to improve the fault by reducing or lanced. At last reports he was im proving. Mussinans in Sliimesotu— The George Mussmans went to lankato Sunday, and Mrs. -Mussman remained for a two weeks visit vltn her sister. George took parents to tixcelsior, .Minn., where IJ1 UVB LH*-- A***--- - j .... building up before the next visit to the scales Seems like we all have something to strive or or worry the store certainly gets farmer headed his way as we came away from the office. ' The Henry Dontjes, Jr who were j married while yet In high school at Ledyard, and started farming before either of them were of age, now have a good start on a 320- acre farm which they are operating for the second year, and there is a fine healthy baby, Sally Jane, born March 21. Mrs. Dontje, who was Eva Airhart, is partly of Holland descent, and looks more like a young Hollander than does Henry Jr. whose parents both are Holland Dutch. Her parents, the Clyde Airharts, now of Buffalo Center formerly farmed on Thomas Carmody land in Grant township. Mr. Dontje's folks live at Gerlecl, where he also ' has . four or more farmer brothers. Ledyard is ,a great town j for the young folks marrying young,' and often the younger married couples put enough hard work, pep, and steam into their, fanning to make the oldsters hump to keep up with them. parents to tixcelsior, Aimn., where bout an( j the store certainly gets hey visited a nephew till Monday, ev ' e ' ful , rf Qtie kmd o f am bition. vnen he brouK"i mem nom<s. . ' — : - "° r are likely to come out this year with tetter than a' living, notwithstand, Eiul of Threshing Celebrated- I *>ARM NEWS AND Threshing is finished in this com- Lowman and Kernes, nunity ana a numoer of ice cream Bancroft, saved 100 parties have been held by those In from six Utters, oato avewsed the different runs to celeorate. The | bushels on 51 acres, jond they have grain yield was good and no time was lost oecause ot rain. Laliotaii Sings at Algona— , ucwt ci L.-UH ~ U-ne Oran. OKeefes attended the lng low prices. At least, Mr. Kearna, Homecoming at me Aiguna Aietno- w hom we met, seemed fairly cheer- uist church Sunday. Mrs. O'Keefe ful , ,, sang a solo at the morning service. Herman Bleich, northeast of Burt , saved 30 fall pigs from five Utters, Liikota Loses to Enunons 9-S— a]so 5 , 5 spr ing pigs from ten Utters; Lakota and Emmons, Minn., These hogSp now in lot, are doing teams played ball on tne locai .uia-1 wpll Tnere is a good stand^of corn mond Sunday and the score was in favor of Emmons. Four Corner* well. Tnere la a- B""" «=>.«—u — --- • roasting ears being available since 'last week of July. Oats averaged For Service LOOK HERE! You get the best \Dry Cleaning Prompt Service and Delivery at your door from the lodem Ringsted Wins Golf Tourney— A golf tournament was Held at Ringsted Sunday between Lakota and Kingsted and the latter won.by 30 points. Other Lakota News. Mrs. Irene Riddle and daughter Mrs. Sanucis, — . Joe Faulkners a week ago last Wed nesday. Mrs. Faulkner accompanied them to Estherville Thursday where they visited relatives till Sunday. Mrs. Sanders is telephone operator at Lu Verne. They formerly lived on a farm west of Swea City. The E. R. Worleys and their guest. Mary Towler, spent Friday and Saturday at Clear Lake visiting E. R.'s brother, J. A. Worley, of Waterloo, who w' th the family was spending the week at the lake. The GUS Torlnes and Mrs. N. E. Noble spent Sunday evening at Samuel Warburton's, at Swea City. Harry Warburton, who had his tonsils removd at the hospital at Fairmont, came home Sunday. Mrs, Nick Behrends entertained, the Methodist Aid at the church last •week Wednesday. The Aid will have a stand Sauerkraut day and final plans, were made and committees appointed. Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht, the Misses Kleist, Emma and Lena Gutknecht, Erma and Louise Thaves, and Charles Gutknecht spent Sunday visiting at the Henry Klelst's at Newell, ,• I -Mrs. Torn, Smith, Rochester, MimJ., was visiting at John .Smith and Henry Hoffbauer's last' week. She also visited her mother; Mrs. C, G. Rippentrop, at Buffalo Center. ; Mrs. D. Booth and daughters, Priscllla and Mrs. Marguerite Sorenson, of Estherville, and Tessie Booth, of Chicago, were guests of the Robert Hamiltons, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. smith's mother, Mrs. W, P. Dawson, at Aurell*, The new Doctor Williams house is rapidly taking form. It is being built by Ben Farrow and Chrla, Asmussen. Mary Towler, who teaches In Faribault, Minn., came Friday and will visit the B. R. Worleys till September 1. , . Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Heetland Mrs Charles Winter were at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday, The J. H. Hpleombs epe,nt a few days fest week visiting th,elr two «t bushels to the acre.. | family has been The whole and keep Ing the cosu down. Tnat is what we all have to do this year. John Gettman, who formerly farm Jed in Union, and his brother H. .A Gettman, who farmed near Buffalo Center, now have a fine modern ol station right-near the center o Hurt's busy main'street. The men both married, hav e built a nice busl ness slnbe starting-in April, an with thSr good location and stile Mrs. Mrs. Wlin uien e«"u — —— . attention to business will Increase i still more. They also handle, sof ^ ^^ ^ drinks and car accessories. wUh ner par George and James Pomers, we Nlokerson , known Burt painters, recently pain ed the Graettinger Catholic churc last week, and were to start pain ing the Fischer cafe at Algona. th lame week. The Fischer cafes at, 'Algona and Burt are owned by tne same management. James Powers is a drummer of some reputation, and usually spends the winters in orchestra work. Getting paint jobs from surrounding towns, when contracts around home are plentiful enough to keep the crew busy, shows enterprise and ability. . C O Riddle, auctioneer at Burt. attended a meeting of the auc, tioneer's national association at Clear Lake August 10*1. An Indian from Oklahoma was one ot tne speakers, and there were noUble men in tha profession who. attended tnd woke.. A school of auctioneer: inF was conducted and other helpful matters taken, up. Mr. Ridd e says the outlook fpr auction sa e business this- fall is good from "is standpoint. This is «£.first .time the national association has met near enough for Mr. Riddle to attend- He was the only one ttom Kossuth present. The Lloyd Schencks, daughter Maxirie and son, Llyod Jr. and the I W- Hansen family,' of Burt, returned last week from a week spent at Detroit; Lakes. Mr. Schenck is R. F. D. No. 2 carrier out of Burt.' They also had attended the R, L. C. association meeting at Lu Yertie where they heard the report or the state meeting at p^corah given by Kossuth delgates, Fred Genrlchof The A. C. Bjustroms had a family reunion at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. In attendance besides the elder Bjustroms were the sons Cecil and Milen; Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Bjustrom, son Donald Eugene; Roy Lowman, son Wayne, aughter Dorothea; Mr. and ordon Holstrom, Mr. and jawrence Bjustrom, and a brother f Mrs. Lawrence -Bjustrom, all near tratford; Harold Walker, Whitte- lore; Rena Lindgren, Boone; and VIr. and Mrs, Quinten Bjustrom: From the park they went ; to the A. C. Bjustrom was served. Alexandria, the Miners, Algona, and Bernard Platt were in attendance at supper. The Lawrence Bjustroms and Gordon Holstroms visited rela lives here t over the week-end L,ewis Lowman Sr,, Mrs. Everet Witham, and the Lewis Lowman Jr. left Friday morning to visi Illinois relatives. The Fern Hulings Britt, are visiting at Pontiac, 111. Mrs. Hullng, formerly Gladys Nickerson, is a sister of Mrs. Lewis Lowman Jr. • Evelyn Nlckerson returned Saturday to Des Moines, where she is attending a-business college. She home, where supper The Carl Walkers - . had spent a two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ADVANCE WANT-ADS GET BEST RESULTS ^^MB^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HMHMMKBi^^M.M __..^**^"^^*^SB^^^^^^^^ = World's Greatest Colored Orchestra Ell EICE ANP HIS 11 DIXIE COTTON PICKERS COLISEUM, TITOSKA Friday, August 81. Hear their Dixie Quartet sing those Southern songs, featuring Eli himself, the world's greatest colored tenor,' -..-.. **-- <-«~i iseum, shufflers meet. B, W| SHEPAHD, Mgr. ' Remember its at the Col- Tltonka, where the best Popular Excursion August 21*22-23 ,00 Round trip ' to Chicago Farmers 9 j Directory yo» hiHvdjrefl. , .. ,-.. T - . , old chicks, *5.BQ; cow. $1Q, |16, from OUJT Pull For going trip, ticket* will toe honored In a*acbes on trains leaving Friday, August 31, Saturday, Aug- vst ?2, and until 7:18 a. m. Sunday, August ?8, , For mum trip, tickets wUJ i« honored In coaches on ^ralps, ~" to reach Algona not fete*- &gh* ol J$fl$ff> 4^ et .J3T<E?V« w«M r *w«. k#~" ?1V nMmiW.lln &mm, See the waterproof leather soles, the rubber heels, the fine leathers and strong stitching in Gilt Edge Shoes. Then .you'll understand why millions «f children wear them and why mothers eay "they're good investments." They wear like shoes costing double their price, and look like ones costing triple! We feature them in many styles for boys and girls in sizes 7 to 2. JIMM1E NEVILLE THE SHOE MAN - ALGONA, IOWA Grocery PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN YEARS THIS SALE FOR THURS., FRIDAY, SATURDAY ONLY BUY NOW! We promise you the lowest prices in groceries m Algona. Read and compare. We won't be undersold. Will open any can for comparison. FRUIT JAR COVERS, 1 doz. Big Sale This Week on Canned Fruit Packed in No. 10 Size Cans 49 c 83c 47c 54c 77c 83c 73 c 73c 65c BLACKBERRIES BLACK RASPBERRIES PEACHES APRICOTS GOOSEBERRIES RED RASPBERRIES LOGAN BERRIES PINEAPPLES CHERRIES, Red Pitted COFFEE No. 10 size cans No. 10 'size cans No., 10 size cans No._10 , size can's No. 10 size cans No. 10 size cans No. 10 size cans No. 10 size cans No. 10 size cans New 1931 Pack MONARCH PEAS arc uo» In block. Get our price by the CASE, Peas Corn Lima Beans Sauerkraut Tomatoes Pork-Bean. Tuna Fish Cleanser Pickleji IOC 10 C lOc lOc 20c 19c 5e 25c s-m Sealing Wax, 3 1-lb, pkgs Cocoanut, fancy long shreds, lb._ Cake Flour, pake tin free _ T Salmon, 111% taU I Ib. cans— 1 I If Soap, Kirk's Hardwater, 3 for Vinegar, Cider, OQf% bring your jugs (Mf V QatmeaJ, SUGAR Powdered, 4 Ibs. '-,— Beans, ^ jbg t ^ Bran Elafces, Post Pwi, Sliredded 4 Ai* Wheat.,,.,—„-- IliV RJnsp, large Pineapple, NO. ?Vg size Peaches, No, ?y a size

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