Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1931 · Page 4
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Study this Chart It Gives You Irregular s«* relationships . . i . . . Behavior problem Conflict ot husband a«d wJf« Conflict of othets in family Conflict with community THE ralue of coffee is determined by /boor. Thefltror of coffee, science has determined, comes from an aromatic oil known as caffeol. Recently, the Van Cleve Laboratories, food chemists, analyzed the caffeol content of seven nationally known coffees. The chart below shows the relative caffeol content of these seven coffees. Note that one coffee— Nash's Toasted Coffee— contained from 11% to 60% more flavor than the other six brands. 11% to 60% more flavor! Don't be deceived bypricesl You want coffee flavor, not flavorless grounds, insist upon Nash's Toasted Coffee! V*' Relative Amount of Caffeol (flavor) in Seven Nationally Known Brands of Coffee, as Determined by Van Cleve laboratories. Base of bars = 0.060% B D G %C.f«ol .0X61 , 0.065 . 0.078 0080 n ll*l».U«l«.* J •*•»«»»•• T..WMW.M £»w«.v»vw »—».« - _ * V.VOW^ E A vacuum packed coffee popular west of the Miwiuippi 0.086 F A high grade vacuum packed coffee . . •• 0.088 G Nash's Toasted Coffee—the richert flavored of all 1 . 0.098 A A 25c bulk coffee . . » *> w B A 19c paper bag coffee . * C A popular slip top container coffee . ,* D A nationally known vacuum packed coffee' IS 3C MPILED Mrs. Elinor sutton, county wel* fare worker, has compiled a statistical survey of the work . she has done during her fiscal year, ending October 1. The report follows: Number of families with social worker had contact; By districts: Balgman ...... ... . . ....... 96 Punnemark ........ '• ...... & 1 Helken ................... 79 McDonald ............. 186 Morris ....... .. ... ...... 98 Widow with dependent children, 27 Widower with'depend, children Orphan .... ...' i. *«_• " Poor honie making , ,,..,*»... 3 Inadequate parental care ...... 2 Family desertion ... ... .... Non support of family No nsupport of depend, parents.. .6 Juvenile delinquency 9 "T p: *i^ Illegitimacy W- whom the Imprlaonm e n t 10 Begging, tendency i ......<•••• H Speech defect .2 Transient .... ... i • • • *> Non residence ..,'.. ' 63 SERVICES RENDERED. Employment secured A STORi 5110 By family status: Married couple ...... ' ...... 319 Unmarried couple ........... 3 Unmarried mother ......... 8 Widow ................ • 85 .Widower .................. 17 Deserted ........... • ...... V Divorced ................. ®* Separated .............. • • • 9 Single woman ............ 15 Single man ........ . ..... x. 44 Orphan .................. 2 • . ' " . , BIO By sources of application: 'Friends and neighbors ...... 38 Personal application ........ 92 Known to county before 10-129 ..................... *9 Physician ................ 124 University hospital ........ . 9 Psychopathic hospital ....... 1 School nurse ............. 20 Other county .............. 32 Out of town inquiry ........ 6 State board of education ..... 2 State institution or agency .. 5 District Judge .............. 2 Local hospital ........ . ... ^ Relatives ................ 17 Anonymous ...... .. ........ 2 County supervisor ......... 58 County auditor . . . -.- ........ 1 .County attorney ..... ....... 16 Clerk of court ............ 5 County superintendent ...... '2 County sheriff ............ 6 County farm .'. ............ 3 Town 'official . .............. o Teacher .................. 2 510 15 SAVE 30 per cent by buying National Citizen* Mutual* iform Insurance. A»k the National Citizen! agent in your city,or writ* direct. is TOO COSTLY A LESSON' Although a tornado is a convincing lesson in the value of insurance, it asks a tremendous price. It is a lot better to learn from the unfortunate experience of those who have had the desolation of a tornado 'brought home to them. They know only too well that insurance is the only protection to be had. Financial adjustment . Support order obtained Legal aid ... ... ... Juvenile court action i Vocational guidance ,.... 1 Private hospital 25 Private physician ... ., . 64 University hospital 90 Investigation for University hospital ... ..' 1 Application for Iowa City papers refused ....... 3 Iowa City offered and refused... 7 Iowa City papers 22 Dental care i. • 19 Optical care , 2 Nursing care ... B Psychopathic hospital .. 2 Psychopathic, history secured.... 1 Psychiatric examination '. 5 Board for invalid 2 Nutrition Instruction 2 Child placed board, free home... 4 Child placed, Vinton 'I 1 Child returned to or placed in Institution ...... '... ... 4 County farm .7 County farm offered and refused 3 Cherokee ... • - 3 Oakdale * Rockwell City • 1 Investigation for state Institution' or agency •• ' 5 Out of town inquiry 23 Removal to better quarters or neighborhood ••'• '..••• 2 Connections strengthened with relatives • M-' Church connections strengthened 10 Adjustment within family group 2 Family reunited .......... ... 2 Jail sentence shortened ... ..... 1 Bancroft, t?6v, id^tfhft'R. N. Bruers were'entertained at a farewell party Sunday evening at the J. H, Shetldan home. ' Bridge was played at four tables. Out-of-town guests were the Le Roy Boettchers, Burt, the Henry Relmors, Fenton, and the Will Relmers, Whittemore. The Ray Welps gave a farewell party for the Bruers Monday even- Ing. . Wednesday evening the BruCTS were surprised when- a number: of friends dropped in. Bridge was played at seven tables. Others from out- of-town for this party besides those at Sherldans, were the B. C. Wels- brbds, Will Boettchers and George Boettchers, all of Fenton. The Bruers left Tuesday for Osakis, Minn, where they will live on their farm The tenant who lived on this farm the last few years suffered a stroke and died a month ago. Jake drethans and 1* employed ; Hi Dr. J. A. Devlne'B office her*. , Ed fiprengelmeyer, of Dyefsviile, visited hto sister, Mrs. M. B. Menke, over the week-end, Othet rtlatlve. at Menkes were Kd »^oVef ft "J Ralph Baumhoven Ed 1« an uncle of Mrs. Menke and Ralph IS a „__ ^ftnf to- ; 'Armstrong to, help hte Brother Clarence . ,.,.J»&icery v theiNJ -itll Thursday, *h> 'HenryfReckei'B, of Buffalo Center, Visited'at the .Ton. Reckcr ome here Sunday., Mrs elm- Mrs. John Lynch, 78, i Dies- Mrs. John Lynch, 78 ( who suf- NATIONAL CITIZENS MUTUALS NATIONAL IMPLEMENT MUTUAL Owatonnat Minn* CITIZENS FUND MUTUAL Ktd Wing, Minn. LAJBARRE & FALKENHA1NER THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY First door north of Iowa State Bank Phone 55 Summertime Warmth on the C Jdesi Winter Day New Price NOW ONLY 50 Coleman HpHAT'S what this Cole- X man Radiant Heater brings you! It produces a generous flood of powerful, penetrating radiant heat that warms you through and through. It's a "hot number for cold rooms." The Coleman Heater makes and burns its own gas. It is portable . . . you can carry and use it anywhere. Instant Starting... just scratch a match and turn a valve. Thermo- Safety Generator controls fuel flow automatically . . . prevents flooding. Handsome in appearance. Richly finished. Come to our store and see it... the heater that makes you hot. v- Individuals: Men 399 Women 428 Children I 140 By towns and townships: Algona fliGl Bancroft 39 Burt 23 Fenton 5 Gerled 2 Irvington 4 Lakota ' • 12 Ledyard 0 Lone Rock 4 Lu Verne 16 Sexton ... •• 4 St. Benedict 3 Swea City .. 30 Titonka ... ..' 7 Wesley .. » West Bend •... ... 2 Whittemore .. 19 Transient ... 6 County farm ... Buffalo township Burt township ., Ci-esco township , G Eagle township Fenton township ' Garfield township >• 2 German township 2 Grant township ' E Greenwood township i Harrison township t Hebron 'township Irvington township ' Ledyard township 2 Lincoln township ... Lotts Creek township Lu Verne township 4 Plum Creek township ... ... 3 Portland township 7 Prairie township ' 8 Ramsey township 4 Riverdale township 3 Seneca township 4 Sherman township 1 Springfield township 4 Union township 2 Wesley township 3 Whittemore township 4 Outside of county: Ackley 1 'Anamosa 1 Armstrong 1 Britt Buffalo Center 1 Cedar Rapids 1 Centerville 1 Cherokee 1 Clear Lake 1 Corwith 5 Cylinder 1 Des Moines 3 Estherville v 4 Forest City '1 School .adjustment . 2 Burial arranged ..'.-... 10 Widow's pension secured ... ... 1 Widow's pension rejected ...... 3 Widow's pension cut off 2 Referred to other,county 3 Referred to soldiers' relief B County allowance rejected : 9 County allowance cut off or re• duced ••. • •• 4 Blind pension rejected ...:..••• 2 Transportation to other localities 15 Residence in other locality verl- . fied ....'..j, 6 Non residence notice' served .... 32 Non residence notice accepted by other county "• • • • 24 Service of non residence notice ' from other county accepted... 8 Service of non residence notice from other county rejected... 6 Family returned to this county. 3 Localities Visited by Districts. BALGEMAN: Irvington ... ' 2 Lu Verne • • 20 West Bend 1 Whittemore 17 Cresco township 11 Garfield township 3 Irvington township H Lu Verne township ... .- 6 Rivet-dale township 3 Sherman township 4 MORRIS: Bancroft 36 Burt 44 Fenton 5 Lone Rock • 8 Burt township ... 3 Fenton township 5 Greenwood township II Lotts Creek township (i Seneca township 1 Swea township ...' 1 PUNNEMARK: ' . Sexton 21 Titonka I' 5 Wesley ... 15 Buffalo township 4 fered a stroke three weeks ago, died Sunday afternoon at the home of her son, Joe Lynch. She is also survived by her. sons Dan Lynch, of Bancroft, and Dr. J. H. Lynch, of Sioux City. Doctor Lynch, his wife and daughter Joan, have been here most of the time the last two weeks. Former Itesldent In Visit— The Len Schllndwein family, of Calmar, visited friends here last week. The Schlindweins formerly lived here, and he was a partner with A. H. Foth in the plumbing business. Mr. Schllndwein is a plumber at Calmar. Little Girl Breaks Arm— The small daughter of the John Kylens broke her arm the other day when she fell off the table. The Ky- lens live with George Nyman, west of town; Mrs. Kylen was a Pelley- mouhter girl before her marriage. Forester Party Is Held— The regular Forester party was held at s the Forester hall Monday night arid the proceeds went to the St. John's Athletic club. Bridge and 500 were played till 10 o'clock,, and nephew. Allle Meyers* his mother Lena Meyers, and the Lafe mons spent Sunday at the George West home In Owatonna, Minn Mrs. West 1« a daughter' of Mrs Lena ; Meyers. the Joe Zignamms, of Odebolt visited three days at Thomas . Von Bank's and returned home Sunday Mrs. ZIghamm's sister, Clara Stelp flug, returned with them for several weeks visit. .... Glenn Cowing, Joe Sandschult and daughter Leone spent - Sundaj with the Leo Whalens In Mason City Mrs. Whalen is a sister Leone, and a daughter of Mr. Sand schulte. ' • , Olga Elsbecker, of Carroll, spen the week-end with her parents, th Louis Elsbeckers. She came u with several hunters from Carro EASY PLEASANT WAY TO LOSE FAT Mr Fre and they returned Sunday. Ed Becker and his mother, Josephine Becker, visited the Beckers at Mason City Sunday. Fre had his arm'taken off last week an is in Mercy hospital there. .Nester and Viola Nemmers, of S W. B. O.UA11TON Plionea: would- you like lo lose IB pounds of fat in a month and at the lame time Increase your energy and mprove your health? HoW would you like to lose your doutile ,chln and your too prominent abdomen and at the snmo time make your Bkln'-so clean, and clear that It 'Will compel admiration? Get on the scales today and see how much you weigh— then get an 85 cent bottle of Kruschen Salts which will last you ;f or 4 weeksi Take one half teaspoonful In a glass of 'hot,,Water every ; morning and when you have finished the contents of thto first bottle weigh yourself again. • After that you'll want to walk around and say to your friends— "One 85 cent bottle of , Kruschen Salts la worth one hundred dollars of any fat person's money." Leading druggists - America over seH'Kruschen Salts — you can always get It at E. W. Lusby's., on.ce Office Phono QLASS Office, Phone 213-W — G. D, Sliumway '" Replacement Service .. . Your broken door and windshield glass replaced while you wait. Non-shatter windshield glass for Model A Ford, • installed _____—— —'——- — — -96.99 JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 Office .. .T. N. Konctlck, M. B. Physician and t Office in John Galbi Phones: Office, 3 Algona dancing followed until 1 o'clock. Other Bancroft News. Marlon McGulre spent Saturday and Sunday with the John and Martin McGuire families in Algona. Mrs. Voight returned to Bancroft with her Sunday and will visit this week at the AVerdell home. Miss McGuire is employed In the post- office. The J. M. Williams family and Alice Grethan visited at Jake Grethan's at Mallard Sunday. Mrs. Grethan and Mrs. Williams are sisters, and Alice is a daughter of the LOANS'^ 1 Personal Loans Car Loans Cars Refinanced Minneapolis, Minn 1 Buffalo twp., Winnebago Co. ... 2 Palp Alto County 1 Nevada twp., Palo Alto Co 1 Orthel twp., Hancock Co :. 1 Vernon twp., Humboldt Co 1 Faribault Co., Minn ' 1 Families Receiving Relief 1930-31. From Kossuth county ... 157 From another county 9 From a private organization .... 2 From a private source 1 NUMBER OF CONTACTS. Calls at office . .'• 1410 Calls to families 804 Calls for families 22 Letters ... ...... 1G35 Telephone calls 13S( Telegrams ... 165 Ready Money QUICK CASH LOANS MADE—NO RED TAPE—LOANS MAD'E TO PAY- TAXES, BILLS, ETC. YOU BQRROW TODAY AND REPAY IN SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Milch Cow Loans Ask us about our special low rate loan plan for'the purpose of purchasing more milch cows. Dairy cows assure a regular monthly income. We will loan you money to buy additional cows for your herd at a special low rate, repay In small monthly payments. ',."'.' Call at our office or write us for full particulars. First Door North of Iowa State Bank. INLAND FINANCE CORPORATION Office on South Phonos: Office, 666; Algona, ]' AVAMEH FRAsiTl Physician and Surt Office in Quinby'f . Phone J MELVIN G. „„„„ Pliyslclnn nnifsitj Office in Postofflcel Phones: Office, DU. AV. 1). Oslcopatlilc Physician Eye, Ear, Nose, and X-ray Office over Hub Phones: Office, ])!(. li. A. EVANS, j for Diathermy and Over Borcliarilt's Residence phone 312, < Algona, CHIROPBACT l)lt. 11. J. THII Palmer Graduate Chir Thirteen year's successful Otfice over State's! VETEHINAB L. W. FOX Veterinarian j West State Street, I Phones: Office, 475-W.;i| BUILDING COMB ALGONA Phone 65. IOWA COWAN i SOX] General Contractors Estimates F Phones: Business, 639-jJ MACHINIST Radiant Heater Nelson Hardware Algona Phone 274 Port Dodge a Goldfteld 1 Hardy , 1 LeMars 1 Livermore 5 Mallard , tti Mason City 1 Muscatine 1 Nashua • 1 Sanborn • 11 Story City 1 Thompson 1 AVaterloo 1 West Union 1 Woodward 1 Franklin County 1 Pocahontas County tt Humboldt twp., Humboldt co. 1 Vernon twp., Humboldt co.,.. 2 Outside of state: Bloomington, 111 1 Chicago, 111 2 Klmore, Minn 1 Fairmont, Minn 2 510 PROBLEMS PRESENTED. Unemployment , 6! Indebtedness ... ; 25 T. B. ... 11 Asthma 5 Cancer | Cardiac • l: Syphlis ! Gonorrhea 1 Gynaecological ... Maternity 2 Endocrine disturbance Malnutrition ... Disease of respiratory system.. 21 Other chronic illness ... 72 Other acute Illness 60 Need of dental care 16 Need of optical care 12 Blindness or sight seriously impaired 5 Paralyzed or crippled 35 Disability due to old age 7J Death 15 Epilepsy ... .. 4 Psychosis 14 Psychoneurosis i!2 Mental defect!veness 26 Mental disorder diagnosed Gerjrian township 1 Portland township 4 Prairie township 4 Ramsey township 2 Wesley township 3 HEIKEN: Lakota '.. 12 Ledyard % . 8 Swea City -0 Eagle township , 3 Grant township 3 Harrison township 2 Lincoln township ., .5 Springfield ... ... ;.. 5 MCDONALD: Union township 1 Localities Visited Outside Co. Armstrong 2 Bode 2 Buffalo Center 2 Cylinder ' 2 Dakota City 2 Davenport 1 Des Moines 3 Emmetsburg 4 Estherville 2 Fort Dodge 1 Garner ... .',... 2 Grundy Center 1 owa City 5 ilvermore 8 Mason City 1 Oakdale ... 1 Thor 1 Waterloo ; • • J PUBLIC AUCTION 35 XOllTOJf 3IAC1IIXE1 Machinists and Wei Service Stock d Piston Rings, Pins; and| West of Courthouse PRODUCE As I am going to quit farming and will move to California, I will dispose of s the following personal property at publicsale at the farm 1 1-2 miles north and jp 1-2 miles west of Lone Rock, on - . : : " •- . • « ' • ' . , " • • Tuesday, Nov. 24 | SAVIFT & COXP.H Cash Buyen 1 Poultry, Eggs, anjj Matt Lamuth, a Phone KOSSUTH cousn 1 IJiSUHANCE AS Over 115,000,000 worth, I in force. A home com? secure. J. 0. C. «. I'» Ha" 6 , Reliable Insurances phofie 55 SALE TO START ATfll O'CLOCK FREE LUNCH WAGON ON GBOUNDS 80 Head of Livestock 80 8 HORSES AND MULES-8 • 45 HEAD GOOD HOGS-45 City Property Insurance, CUNNINGHAM *;J 107 W. State St. First—in th« dough. Then in the oven. You c*n b« »ure of perfect bakings in u»ing— KG BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE FOR OVER 4O YEARS ounce* for 25c MUUQNS OF POUNDS USfD ' * " BY OUR COVEBN M t (4T One bay team 3 and 5 yrs old, wt. 3200; bay mare 4 yrs. old, wt. 1000 Ibs.; white horse 12 yrs. old, wt. 1200 Ibs.; span of mouse colored mules 5 yrs.. old, wt. 2400 Ibs.; span bay mules 5 yrs. old, wt. 2200 Ibs. The horses are in fine shape and are a good buy for anyone = 28-HEAD OF CATTLE-28 Thirteen cows, 3 now fresh, balance to be fresh in December and first of January; 1 yearling Shorthorn bull; 12 spring calves; 2 veal calves, All are good grade cattle and all young cows, most of them carrying second calves. 100 Acres of Corn Stalks, Nine Turkey* 'Thirty-three head of Spring shoats weighing from 140 to 170 pounds; 11 fall pigs and 1 spring boar. All are good, stretchy Poland China hogs, FARM MACHINERY, ETC. v Fordson tractor and plows; 10-ft. disc; 8-ft. McCormick hinder; 6«-section drag and drag cart; MpCorwick- Deering corn planter; endgate seeder; John Deere 2-row cultivator; 2 single- row cultivators; manure spreader; 2 new wagon boxes; 1 wagon, and box; 2 hay racks and wagons; I new Me- Cormick-Deering mower j g shoveling boards; 3 sets of harness; Pekayal cream separator; bob sled; hand corn sheller; feed bunk and other articles. 100 rods of No. 26 woven wire, and steel gate; Monarch range, heater, and some household goods. * JOE New and Tires and A Hides, Fur aniM H.W.P< Bray and T« Loiig Distance I TEEBIS: Cash, or see yoiir banker. ELMER JASPERSON Every .against loss ale of ay Wj*• ped to do all hauling and di PHONE ! Algona, 19 MIMEil

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