Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1931 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 22, 1931
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1931. K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA, IOWA PAOBWVW I 5 talk It Over i n and let us help you solve your heating the cold weather gets here. us tell you about some of the exclusive fea- rrtiti Glo*Boy and Bayhoy Parlor Furnaces. g floors, less fuel, durability and heating effi- stock Is very complete no matter what your v he from Circulating Heaters down to sheet ves, tts Well as some very wonderful values in [heaters, ,''^' Nelson Hardware ALGOSA, IOWA 374 SOCIETY PLANS HOME TALENT AT Irvlngton, Oct. 20— The Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the church. The meeting wns opened with song. Roll call was answered by scripture verses. Mrs. A McLean was leader. Prayer In which Mesdames Barker, Cox, Boldridge, V. J. Schlchtl, M. L. Roney and K. P. Honey participated, was offered. An Introduction was reac by Mrs. K. P. Roney. Articles on 1 the topics India and Alaska were read and discussed by Mesdames O. L. Miller, Barker, Schlchtl, Wickwire and Roney. Duets were sung I by Mrs. Boldridge and Albertha, and Mrs. V. J. Schlchtl and M. L. Roney. | Piano solos were played by Mrs. Earl Miller and Mrs. K. P. Roney. SWEA CITYAN, MOWING LAWN, IS KNOCKED DOWN BY AUTO Swea City, Oct. 20 — George Harner Sr. was the victim of a. peculiar accident Friday of last week. He was mowing the grass on the edge of the paving east of town when he was struck by a car driven by, an Armstrong youth. Several ribs were broken and other injuries resulted. RECEPTION IS GIVEN FOR NEW WESLEY PASTOR Wilbur J. Payne* Editor Swea City's Paving. We were up near Swea City last week Wednesday, and so drove Into town for the first time since the new paving was put In oh main street. The effect greatly Improves the appearance of that busy town. Kay Sperbeck, veteran editor of the Herald, says Swea City has become to doing • business without banks, and says the crowds are as Wesley, Oct. 20—A reception was held last Thursday evening for the Rov. Mr., McNulty, new Methodist pastor, and the church auditorium was filled for the opening program The meeting closed with the Lord's i Raymond Hanson gave the welcome Prayer. Fourteen were entertained! Two y°uns children, Donna Hayne.s at supper in the annex, with Mrs. i nnc1 ' Knrl Erlc Klllsholm sang Iowa Coal Siva 20% to .30% on your winter's fuel •t>adv employment for Iowa's thousands by bUinf IOWA C?OAL. When you uk «pecific«llj IP- """» rnAT. T dealer iupplv you. IOWA fuel bill ... provide of miners . . . . .. order coal . . . COAL. Insist that your HUGH W LUNDY, SEC-V ALBIA. IOWA .T. M. Cox and Mrs. Earl Miller hostesses, and $4.3G was taken In. | The next meeting will be the semiannual missionary tea, and will bo I duet; Karl Eric Klllsholm; a solo Enar Franzcn gave a reading James Henderson a saxophone solo and encore, Miss De, Motts, accom- held November 20 at the church. A |l>anlst; Mrs. Gerties, piano solo and missionary play, Unto the Least of encore; Mrs. Dawson, vocal solo and These, will be presented by a number of the members, be other outside There will also entertainment. announcer. Mrs. E. R. Swanson was Guy M. Butts was then asked to present a purse r on behalf Supper will lie served us usual In " c al) . !intl the Iicv ' McNully ru- tho annex, and 25c will be charged. I K J )on<:lot1 to hls impromptu presenta- Those who have missionary barrels tion speech. Mr. Butts remarked are required to turn them in at the that J° bH Ciln not he scarce nor ovember meeting. times hard, since with no effort he had been handed a job, and the html times be'lef was disproved by the liberal gift so easily collected. Mr. Butts declared that in his boy- large on" Saturday night as In pre vious years. At the time of our call no signs of the starting of new bank were in sight, nor has clearing house association been formed. The town just gets along without any bank and ignores an> difficulties that lack of a bank might cause. Harold Roba, shop foreman at the Herald, showed us a list of the number of banks closed In the various states this year up to October, which ranked Iowa second with 82, Illinois first with 1117, Ohio third with 02, Michigan '53, Minnesota 50, Missouri 41), Indiana 47, Mis- dssslppl 37, S. Dakota 32, Nebraska SI, N. Dakota 28, Wisconsin 27. Kossuth couney especially has lost all the old banks. Today the remaining banks nre ( all comparatively new, or down to a basis where most of their deposits are in commercial or . hccklng accounts like a clearing association. • Polks will soon getting around on crutches when we called two weeks ago. The pony fell when turning a corner on a slippery place in the road. More trouble came the day we visited the family, when a four-year-old son, Conle, was found with a bean In his ear. The doctor administered ether to quiet' the child while the bean was being taken from the ear. We understand that next year the Fishers will move to a farm south of Burt where Paul Baker onw operates. The Iowa State college prints a small pocket size paper bound book called "Farm Hand Book" which is well worth sending for. The book Personal Loans- Milch Cow Lbattft INCREASE TOUR DAIRY, HERD WITH OUtt cows assure a regular monthly Income. We will loan money on your present herd or furnish the funds to purchase addition*! cows. WE LOAN MONET ON PERSONA!. PROPERTY— Money to t» used for a.ny purpose. Perhaps your caf Is already financed and the payments are too large. It Is easy to reduce these monthly payments through our plan. Call at our office or write us for full particulars. THE INLAND FINANCE CORPORATION First door North of Iowa State Bank. ALGONA Phone 66. »+»«•»•••»»••»«»»«»»»»»**»»«»»»»*»»»»»» NEW ityle Triumphs What Modern Miss brings you today will be the established .footwear mode of tomorrow. Come in and see the new creations which we know you'll quickly acknowledge the style triumphs of the day. Sewed Solei are another feature of all Modern Miss Shoes. turned Cur Found In Field— The George Stewarts were sur- rlsed when they discovered an 13s- ex roadster destroyed by fire with he exception of one tire and prob- bly a few other minor parts, in hood he had attended Sunday school and learned Bible verses regularly; and In proof he quoted one or answers many questions that are asked erery week by farmers of the county. For Instance, a«table gives the number of tons of silage In most any ordinary size of silo, and has tables for measuring grain In bin, hay in stack, etc. There 's much Information about farm engineering, feeding livestock, planting graljns and field crops, rainfall, etc. There are explanations of taxes, tables of Interest computation, and many, many things; Tree grafting, shelter- bolts, bee keeping, soil tests, etc. How to keep out of legal difficulties where to borrow, etc., are other headings. The book is free for ask ing, and is well worth asking for. Wallaces' Farmer, in its issue of October 3, prints a story on Iowa's dairy bulls in which the Quarton & Bosworth herd gets a nice men tion. The herd sire, Marguerite's Stanford (1040JI3), ranked firs among Guernsey bulls in the test get Ural or gossiping about the I and fifth among all bulls for the Im sound banks that remain and also! provcmient shown in production o will get tired of-carrying money be- his • daughters compared to the! fore long, and -will begin putting | dams. - To win this ranking the herd heir pasture this week Monday, which were apropos. Lunch two was served, and a social' hour followed. Fisher Family Has Reunion— A Fisher family reunion was held I Sunday at Wilbur Fisher's. Twenty- CHR1STENSEN BROS, CO, Shoe Department 'rom appearances the car left the oad a short distance south of the Stewart school house, and went through the fence without tipping over. A number of posts were taken out and several rods of fence knocked down. It is believed that the car took fire after it left the road and came to a stop in the pasture. The car was deserted when found, and is reported to have been stolen. It had a Kossuth county number. Mrs. Dltswortli's M«thoi; Dies— llr*. Edward DItsworth, o£ near Burt, farmer Ii-vington wonjan, is in I was served at noon. Just .as Antioch, 111., following the death of Party broke up word was .received her mother, Mrs. Mary Schiltx, at a larger checking accounts, and even savings accounts back in the banks. When that time comes the banks we have now will again begin to build up. Already we meet many farmers who have balanced their budgets, and are ready to spit in Old Man Depression's eye. Sugar beets are a good crop in the north end, beef uattle and egg prices have improved; butter Is produced cheaper; production costs next year will be way down. .We will have to muddle through our difficulties this winter, soon. , _ T nil ULlfci II Lful UII...IV-L.. ...^.u ......j ,.-.... — », nine were present, including Mr. ]>ettel , tlme comin g Fisher's parents, the E. A. Fishers, two daughters and a son; the August Senaths, Robert Andersons, Mrs. George McNabb and daughter Verla, all Britt; Mrs. Oliver Bingham, Woden, and her children;' the Frank Fishers, Tltonka; the Casper Pann- huffs and daughter, of Ventura. sire had to show an improvement of 152.8 pounds -of butterfat in the daughters out of cows having 300.2 pounds butterfat. The story also Kays the daughters are outstanding in appearance, and that "There probably ai-e few dairying concerns in the state which have stressed pro-1 duction more than the firm of Quarton & Bosworth, ot Algona." They might have added that the same herd is now one of the largest, if not the largest, purebred Guernsey herds in Iowa, and Is undisputedly oldest in the state. The Q. & B. show herd recently. returned from a wide swing around the fair circuit with a trunk full of ribbons won not Guests brought baskets, and dinner the Visits Quaker Pastor. At New Providence last week wej on - y a t the county fairs, but at state met the Rev. DeWitte L. Foster, injf a i rs as we n, charge of the Friends church there, and enjoyed a few minutes visit with him. AVe had always supposed that Oliver Bingham had been seriously hurt in an automobile accident. Chicago hospital last week Tuesday. Mrs. DItsworth had been in Antioch a few weeks with her mother, who was suffering with cancer, and accompanied her to Chicago, where she underwent an operation. Mrs. Schiltz rallied after the operation and had started to recover when complications set in. The body was! was m a car tZn back to Antioch for burial. | Bruin Driving south this, car was Mrs. Ditsworth's father Is also in ill struck -broadside at an AVesloynn's Relative Is Injured— Oliver Bingham, brother-in-law of Wilbur Fisher, was seriously injured in an automobile collision three miles north of Tltonka Sunday. He driven by Bob De health, and friends here believe that he will come home with his daughter and make his home there. Fire Destroys Farm Home— The farm home south of Galbraith, owned by the.Keene brothers and occupied by the Frank Shipley family, burned to the ground Sunday night. The family was asleep when the fire started, and the blaze was well started when discovered All of the household furniture, personal belongings, etc., were burned with the house. Several hundred quarts of fruit, and potatoes, were destroyed. Mrs. Shipley and a week- old baby had to be carried from the house. There are six other children. Frank Shipley Is a brother of Mrs. Frank Thornton, formerly of Irv- ngton. Colored Quartet'to Sing— The Piney Woods male quartet plans to sing at this church' some evening the latter part of November. Four of the Piney 'Woods girls sang to a full house here last fall The boys are on the last lap of theii concert tour, having been on the road all summer. They are to return to Mississippi early in December, Star Class to Give Mnslcale— The Star class will give a musicale and furnish other entertainmen Friday evening, November 6, and 15c and 25c admission will be charged A similar entertainment put on intersection by a car coming from the east, whose driver was also seriously injured. Mr. Bingham had an ear nearly cut off, and' a gash cut in his head, his chest, knee, and a hand were hurt; he was also badly bruised. Mr. Bingham was taken to his home, and his wife arrived at the scene just as he had been prepared for the trip. that people of this denomination objected to the word Quaker, but found that the Rev. M. Foster used the word right along in speaking of his church. He said, "Why should we not be proud to be called Quakers when our president, Herbert Hoover, ! is a Quaker?" He inquired if we knew, of Frank Lowclen, possible candidate for the presidency ^t the last election, and told us that the very house we. were in had once been an academy that was attended by Mr. Lowden. He said the New Providence Academy ' offered the first high school course in Hardin HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the expense and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told from typewriting.—Advance. Hunting SIGNS TWO FOR 5 CENTS on a good grade of cardboard. Caii be tacked on ; poles or posts. ALSO SOME AT 5c each. These are 'the heavy cardboard kind. All signs have heavy black lettering that can be easily read from a car. Call at The Advance 25H Farmers 9 Directory by the same class last winter well attended and appreciated. Other Irvlngton News was Banquet Sophomores— The freshmen entertained the sophomores at a. party held at the schoolhouse last week Tuesday evening. This was return entertain- nent for the initiation party given the freshmen by the sophomores at the beginning of school. The evening was spent at games, and lunch was served by a committee of freshman girls. Last week finished'the baseball season. Last Thursday Ti tonka defeated AVesley here 10-2, and Friday Woden won 4-2. The boys won four and lost four games during the season. Suppers Replace Aid Meetings— The Methodist Aid will serve a 25- cent supper in the church basement this week Saturday evening, the first of a series to be held monthly during the winter. These will take the place of the Aid's social meet- Ings, but (regular monthly business meetings will be held. Group No. 1, composed of five members, will serve this time. The Aid Is planning a bazaar for some time in November. The monthly meeting of the W..F. M. S. will be held next week Friday with Mrs. Gordon C. Glddings, county. A little south of town we stopped and talked with the wife of the minister at Honey Creek church, which has ben widely written up and photographed as the most beautiful country church in a wide territory This is also a Friends church. The parsonage and church are both of fine brick. The church is very well designed, and further beautified by vines, probably ivy, growing over the whole front of the building. The grounds are well laid out and landscaped. Honey Creek church Is in charge • of the Rev. J. H. Hadley. We did not meet him. About 70 farm families attend this church, and we noticed that in the neighborhood, though there was as much or more of hardship and money losses from drought BOARS Before buying see these growthy pure-bred Hampshire boars. Priced right. Cholera immune. HAMILTON LEGHORN FARM 1 mile west and 1 mile south of Bancroft, Iowa. Stewart's , , 1 Big Market Day Sale Commencing at 1:30 F. M. SATURDAY, OCT. 24 Good line of furniture of bushel instead of the 2c a bushel I a ll kinds. Electric Washing rate we found elsewhere In Hardin Machine, etc. The Rev. Sunday on A. English Eating the preached Body of Jesus. The text was taken from This sermon, as will be prepartaory to John 6:55. next Sunday's, Is PLAY NO FAVORITES communion, which will, be held the I first Sunday In November. Any wishing to Join by confession of faith, or by letter, or to have their children baptized are to communicate with the Rev. Mr. English before that date. Seventy-Six attended Sunday school Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bedell, who recently spent several days here, returned to their home in Minneapolis by way of Pipestone, where they visited their daughter, last week Wednesday. The Bedells plan to winter in California. Mrs. Rome Roblson spent week at the Dan Schulz home near Kanawlm. She returned -with the August Robisons, who drove out to get her Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Hay- old Curran were also Sunday guests Mrs. Hutcliliison's Mother Dies- Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson received word Friday afternoon that Mrs, Hutchinson's mother, Mrs. Theodore Johnson, of Rockford, was at the point of death. The Hutchin- sons left at once for.Rockford, accompanied by the Clayton Johnsons, Wesley, and the Henry Millers, Lu Verne. Mrs. Johnson's death occurred Friday night. The Johnsons lived near Sexton many years. New Bridge Club Organized— last The Study club met with Mrs, ,Leo Bleich last Thursday. Members responded to roll call by describing a foreign flag. Mrs. George Aldricn read a paper'on flag etiquette, and a general discussion followed, A bridge club was organized, composed of some of the members of the Study club. It will hold regular evening meetings throughout the winter, Surprise Party Is Given— A group of friends sprung a sui prise on Mrs. Milda Niles last wee * - »_i_* *V.o aira r\f Ihfil* Q( and Hamilton county. The New Providence church is larger, having probably 500 attendants. The Rev. Mr. • Foster, at the New Providence | church, is an aggressive-spoken evi dently highly intelligent and active man, and It was a pleasure to talkj with him. FARM NEWS~AND COMMENT. . Last week we overlooked mentioning that Will Hauptley, north of Wesley farmer, had been laid up a week in bed with leg infection prior to October 4. His corn picking started October 5. The previous day Nick Hauptley an.d Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hauptley, also Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Eden had visited 'him, and had inner with him and the good wife. Since our last trip over route 1 at Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berggren have a new girl who will be hree months old October 24 and al- •eady.wet&hs 13%" pounds. Her name is Dolores Mae, and she is the first girl in a family of four. Carl las driven the Grant township] school bus for 12 years, and in addition now farms 119 acres. Mrs. Berggren is a daughter of Mr. and] ars. Henry Qettman. Raymond Fisher, 16, son of Mr.| Terms: Cash. C. 0. RIDDLE, Auct. Holsteins AT AUCTION DAY. OCTOBER 26,1931 i at the farm 3 miles southwest of Maynard, Iowa . Ten registered bulls 9 months to 3 years old. Ten registered cows and heifers. • Records and outstanding individuals in both groups.* Richly bred "Tritomia" animals. Selling starts promptly at 1 o'clock. Terms: One year on approved notes. PAUL R. STEWART OWNER W. J. MURPHY, Auctioneer. The itorm |triket where it choose*. Iiuurcd and; uninjured home* are destroyed alike. But afterward*— what a difference insurance makes! It'» t»« difference between i»#er jpp, and the prompt payment of damage. The coit of National Citizens Mutual* storm fcwurance U *> why not be protected? aunt of Kansas She to 9t, fm OTOteNSMUWAW at the Schulz home Alice Sabin, of Alfr.ona, Harry Sabin, has gr-ue to City to spend several days, plans to return to Algona soon resume her nursing work. Bernard Frankl, who has been visiting several days with his parr Ints will return to Omaha this week Tuesday to again take up Insurance W Heien. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. George Stewart, is mourning the loss of a smairpet dog. which some motorist run over and killed da Homer Lindhorst had a horse drop dead in the cornfield one day last weTk The animal had apparently hppn in good health. ^AMwfflmeet this ThurBday afternoon at the annex. Mesdames Grose and McLean will toe hostesses. Oran Hudson is suffers with an Infection in one eye. POLAND CHINA BOARS Up-tQ-<i&te breeding Monday night, the eve of tier parture. Visiting, , The evening was spent 1 lunch brought by th guests was served, and a gift presented the honoree. 41HIIIIIIIIIIH Business Is Good at Richardson's because of the exceptional values offered our patrons. New value-giving merchandise is being placed on our floors daily. You will never bl able to mak! your home both attractive and comfortable with so little an expenditure as RIGHT NOW. We invite you to look over our well-filled display floors, compare our prices and quality with those of stores in cities much larger than Algona, and you will see for^oSf ist why many of our regular patrons drive 50 miles or more to buy at this store. Friday and Saturday {Specials and Mrs. Theo. Fisher, north of Wesley farmers, was "riding a pony recently and the animal slipped and fell, breaking the youth's leg. He was layed up five weeks. H« was A fine double cone, helical tied, underslung, COIL BED SPRING FREE with every bed-, room suite sold at pur regular low prices. A nice walnut finished tapestry upholstered FOOT STOOL. FREE with every purchase of $10.00 or over. A sturdy, well finished BEDSIDE TXBLE FREE with every, mat- .tress at $10.00 or over, STUDER'S STOCK FARM offers at this time Shorthorn bulls, ready for service, Duroo Jersey fall and spring boars and Poland China spring boars. These boars are the farmer's type, heavy bone, lots of quality and easy feeding kind. Shropshire rams, yearlings, and 2-year-olds. White Leghorn an,d White Rock cockerels, the big law etrafcj. Priced wjth^the thaes- ytatt ths rm" <w write ' Ben G, Stwder 8. W, W 240 ACRES KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION for the purpose of dividing up an estate. Sale to be held at the East Poor of the Courthouse in Algona WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, '31 Sale, to commence at 2* o'clock p. m. The farm is located about five miles southeast of Al- gpna, and about 31-2 miles northeast of Irvington and is known as th.e George Ashel- fordfarm. The terms ol toe sale will sale aV the balance in cash ajigpoaaj abstract fc Plan to visit our store this week-end. Bring your friends and inspect our newly furnished rooms. Furniture Co. WHEKE FUBMTUBE 8E11S FOB 1ES8 $2.50 THIS COUPON IS WORTH $2.50 Special Factory Advertising T O Y 0 V Good for- eigfrt hows j Brine this coupon to our store with only $1.00, between the hours of Ms00, 6*00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p. m. and we will give you a beautiful guarantee PILLING FOUNTAIN PEN and a P^OP^JL and REPEL PENPJL t£™»*'* If you cannot come during one of these hows.settd someone, witfe and money and we will hold a set for yqvj imttf you ean call for it, §s no sets will be sold outside me speciaj hours of saje. °*

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