Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1931 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 3, 1931
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY KO88UTH COUNTY ADVANCE !W««kly Newspaper Founded In 1901, Entered as Second-Class (Matter December 31, 1908, at the Pos toff Ice at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS W. B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUARTON * MII/LER Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 314. Algona, Iowa. J. L. KOJVAIl Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa. SULLIVAN, McMAHOJV * LINNAS J. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahon L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law, Phones: Office, 201; J. W. S.. 309; S. E. McM., 403; Algona, Iowa, HABIUNGTON T, P. Harrington & DICKINSON L. J. Dickinson Attorneys-at-Law Phones: Office, 28; T. P. II., 440 B. J. VAN NESS, 0. W. Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algona, Iowa G. D. Shumwav SHUMWAY £ KELLY. Attorneys-at-Law Office in Quinby Block E. D. Kelly Phone 58 Algona, Iowa L.-A. AVINKEL Atllorncy-ttt-Law Office in Quinby Building- Phono 180 NIGHT SCOOOL IS ORGANIZED ATS WE A CITY Swea City, Deo. 1—The first meet- Ing of the night school under auspices of the Swea City high school Smith-Hughes department, was held last week Monday. In aplte of bad roads and rainy weather 29 men and women attended. A joint meeting was held In the high school auditorium. Supt. E. H. Parsons gave an address, and the high school boys' glee club sang several selections. After the program a business meeting was held to complete 'arrangements lor the winter school.' Paul Larson wafl elected chairman; .1. H. Warner, vice chairman; tilonell- Thompson, secretary. Mrs. Doan Jones, Mrs. J. J. •• Anderson, and Mrs. Paul Larson were appointed lunch committee. It was decided that a short program was to be given -before each session, • and this week's program is to 'bo given by the men's*quartet. The women at their meeting took up the study of color, and continues the same study this week. The men took up texture and origin of soil. This week's lesson for the men is elements necessary for plant growth. Plant food elements and the requirements of various crops, such as moisture drainage, water levels, Wttley (H«ld from last weak.) Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krugmeler, Port Madison, came Saturday and returned Monday, taking Mrs. Krugntfsler's mother and sister,'Mrs. John Uhleh- hake and Marjorle, to spend the winter. The Krugmeiers are dairy farmers, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Skow, Jorgen Skow and Joseph, and Anna Flom attended a Young People's rally at the Algona Congregational church Sunday afternoon. "Liquor" was the main topic of discussion. Lucille Kunz returned Saturday, having visited her brother Gordon at Des Molnes; also Mr, and Mrs. They printed th« pl*y "the ship »i MHfe«.8tindlBh," ; art«4 aevtral musical 5 hunA*Hi^«rB gifsfc- At the close of the afternoon they served refreshments. Rose Ann Chrlatengeri, BHiHJi^^ V'" s. * (i • v* '• -' * • daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chrlstensen, was baptized morning at the Lutheran Infant Harley Sunday church. John Chrlstensen, of, Hampton, was godfather and Mrs. Geo. Hanselmnn was godmother. The Young peoples League of the Lutheran church held their regular business meeting and sp6lal In the church basement last week Tuesday night, Games were played during the evening and refreshments were served. Charles Warmbler, who has been n,*, is&*3 Aiiujn^.j, c*,**?vs *»»» »»••%»••»-—• . • 1-1 t. Mentz, friends made during her sick for some time, was taken to nursing career. They visited here during the hunting season. Mrs. Peter Haverly, Oelwein, and Donnagene came Saturday to visit her parents. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Felt from Mason City, where the Felts had been visiting the senior Mrs. Felt. The Rev. <3eo. F. Wessllng left for^Sloux City Monday morning,, after officiating at the Hildman-Kaln wedding. Priests of the Diocese are to meet with the bishop at Sioux DOCTORS KENEFICK & KKNEFICK Physicians and Surgeons , Office over Ilexall Drug Store OCtice.phone .300, M. J. Kenefick, M. D., res. phohe"57 J. N. Kenefick, M. D., res. phone 32« C. If. CHETHMEYEU Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbraith Block Phones: Office, 310; res., 444 Algona Iowa P. V. JANSE, M. D. Physician anil Surgeon Office on 'South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence, 366 Algona, Iowa rainfall and phosphorus tests, arc to 'be studied. and lime Iowa City Sunday for treatment. The .basketball season opens December 4 with the Corwlth boys and Wesley glrte playing here. Irvington The Jos. Meurers, Whlttemore, their son Lucian, and the N. J. Meurers, plover, with their little son Sterling, were Sunday guests of their soh and brother, Jos. Meurer Jr. . Thanksgiving services will be held at the Congregational church at 10 o'clock Thursday morning. The Rev. Mr. Bernsten, pastor, will speak: Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hansen visited the Howard Hansens at Clear Lake Sunday. They attended church at Garner. (Held from last week.) Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller were called to Fairmont Sunday afternoon by the sudden death of Earl's brother-in-law, Earl Nutt, 43. They re j turned Monday and drove to Boone Tuesday to attend funeral services at the Christian church. Mr. Nutt died of heart trouble early Sunday, morning. He Is survived by his wife, two sons, 19 and 7, and one daughter, 9. The eldest son, . who was In an auto, accident several months ago, only recently left the hospital, and Is not yet able to work. Fifty-five relatives and friends held a pound party for t Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole Sunday evening honoring WALTER PHASER, M. ». Physician and Surgeon Office in Qu'inby lildg., Room 14. .Phone No. 12 MELVIN O. HOUHNE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postofficc Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 211 DR. W. I). ANDREWS Osteopathlc Phyvlclun and Surgeon Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat— X-ray Office over Hub Recreation Parlor Phones: Office, 187; residence, 688 Auxiliary Officers Named— Legion Auxiliary officers for next year were elected 'recently. • as follows:-.President, Mrs. Samuel Heathershaw; vice president, Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson; .second vice president, Mrs. John G. Haglund; secretary, Mrs. Buell Johnson; treasurer, Mrs. L. A, Haglund; chaplain, Mrs. Lucy Saxton; historian, Mrs. S. P. Eckholm; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. August Pet- ereon. Committees and boards are: executive, Mrs. Fred Peterson, Mrs. C. G. Curtis, Mrs. Charles E. Rohlin; Americanism, Mrs. P. W. Larson, Mrs. Richard Berg; child welfare, Mrs. A. Whitlow; community service, Mrs. Wm. Leland, Mrs. Henry Myre; cradle roll, Mre. Victor Leland; color 'bearer, Mrs. G. D. Curtis; finance, Mrs. L. A. Haglund; legislative, Fern Walker; national defense. Airs. ' Wm. Thompson; music, Mrs. Wm. Thompson, Mrs. H. T. Winter; rehabilitation, Mrs. Fred Peterson; publicity, Mrs. P. W. Larson; sick call and local relief, Mrs. Buell Pearson, Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Bertha Eckholm. Milton Giddlngs and Rolfe Good- their 27th wedding anniversary. Re- DR. R. A. EVANS, M. D. For Diathermy and Obstetrics. Over Borchardt's Drug Store. Residence phone 312, office 306. Algona, Iowa. now drove to Mason City Monday to visit the Earl Goodnow family. Thanksgiving mass will be held at St. Joseph's' church at 8 o'clock this week Thursday morning. Members of the Olaf Funnemark family were Sunday dinner guests at Vlggo Kiilsholm's. St. Joseph school will be dismissed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving vacation. Sam Striley left for Toledo, O., Friday to attend the funeral of his brother Fred. The Legion will give a carnival dance at the hall this week Thursday evening. Irma D. Benton, Minneapolis nurse, spent the week-end with her parents. freshments were served at a late hour. Florence Black's pupils gave a program at the Cresco church Friday evening. A sack social netted $39. A recent letter from Ross Roblson, Kallspell, Mont., reports a foot of snow. Wheat ranchers there, who have thousands of bushels stored, are elated over the recent raise in prices. This advertisement is intended for farmers who intend to hold a public sale this winter, and it. Ject is to JroVlde a fornvcalling for everything the printer will wed to make a good bill and Its Interested[farmers should clip this advertisement tttf save it till they need it. When you are fill out this form and take it to your printer, Form for Sale Bill and Advertisement 1—It is customary to start out with some reason for holding the sale, such as "As I am about to i farming and move to town." Give your reason here: —-—..—-— 2 Give the distance from such towns as you want to mention to your farm. (Do not say "pi ve northwest of Algona"—say, "Pour miles west and one mile north of Algona")— Sexton Good Hope CHIROPRACTORS 1>R. R. J. TH18SEN Palmer Graduate Chiropractor Thirteen year's ..successful practice -.. • Office over State's Cafe VETERINARY I* W. FOX Veterinarian "West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W.; res.. 475-R. BUILDING CONTRACTORS COWAN & SON General Contractors Estimates Furnished Phones: Business. 639-J; res., 39 MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WORKS .Machinists and Welders •> Service.''Stock on-.. Piston Rings, Pins, and Bearings Training 1 School Completed— The Methodist training school held in Armstrong closed Friday evening. There were 100 enrolled, and 42 received credits. Seven charges were represented with 12 churches. Sixteen attended from Swea City, and nine received credits. Seven attended from Grant, and four received credits. Those receiving credits from Swea City were: Mrs. Fred Seylor, Mrs. Nellie Anderson, Lou Haglund, Iva Moats, Mrs. Wm. Thomson, Mrs. Arlo Carter, Samuel Warburton, Carrie Harner, and Margaret Warburton. Those from Grant were Helen Briggs, Eunice Newton and Viola Swanson. The Rev. Mr. Winterstein, of Esthervllle, was dean of the school. Another school is planned for the first of next year, as many are anxious to receive their 12 credits, which makes them accredited teachers. Scouts Get Merit Badges- Boys who received merit badges at the court of honor Tuesday, and [Held From Last Week.] W. T. Kennedy, of Burt, is making alterations on the entrance to the church kitchen which will be much appreciated. The entrance stairs heretofore on the outside is changed, and entrance through a storm house will on be the West of Courthouse Phone 552 PRODUCE SWIFT * COMPANY Cash Buyers Poultry, Eggs, and Hides Matt Lamuth, Mgr. Phone 264. their honors, health, Thomas ' follow: Hanifan, Personal D. W. INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL IIN8URANCE ASSOCIATION Over $15,000.000 worth of insurance In force. A home company. Safe, secure. J. O. Paxson, Secretary Fultz, Roy Bravender, Sidney Hutchinson, Kenneth Seylor; athletics, Roy Bravender, Thomas Hanifan; automobillng, Kenneth Seylor, Sidney Hutchinson; painting, Sidney Hutchinson; cooking, Thomas Hutchinson, Sidney Hutchinson; scholarship, Sidney Hutchinson, Roy Bravender, Thomas Hanifan; woodwork, Thomas Hanifan, Sidney Hutchinson, Kenneth Seylor; electricity, Roy Bravender; swimming, Thomas Hanifan, Roy Bravender, Sidney Hutchinson, D. W. Fultz; THE AIXJONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. R. La Itnrre Al Falkenhalner Reliable Insurance Service Phone 55 City Property Loans. Farm Loans. Insurance. Real Estate. CUNNINGHAM & LACY 107 W. State St. Algona, Iowa JOE GREEN1IERG New and used Auto Parts Tires and Accessories Hides, Fur and Wool Algona, Iowa first aid, Thomas Hanifan, Kenneth Seylor; book binding, Thomas Hanifan; carpentry, Kenneth Seylor; ground and down the stairs on the inside. The plan seemed the only one practical and should add great ly to the convenience during cold weather. Under the original plan it was impossible to make the room comfortably warm. Chicken cullers are at work in the neighborhood preparing the farm flocks for the hatching season which will soon be at hand. Owners of such flocks are realizing that the, extra ten cents above maket price which this work qualifies them to get is a paying proposition. The meeting of the L. A. S. at the home of. Mrs. s. C. Reser last Thursday was characterized by a fine spirit and social time. Among out of town guests were Mrs. Hattle Ames, Oaks, N. D., and her friend Mrs. Spurgeon, formerly of South Cresco community. Mrs. Pressly Sarchett assisted Mrs. Reser in entertaining. Forty Good Hope young people gathered at the Community room Friday evening. Young people from the Whlttemore church were guests for the occasion and their presence enjoyed. The evening was spent In games and with so much enthusiasm that the evening was spent before It was realized. At Good Hope parsonage at ten o'clock Saturday occurred the marriage of Hazel Mitchell to Mr. Edmond Larson, the Rev. Mr. Wood officiating. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom, the latter a sister of the bride. Following the ceremony the couple left for Chicago on their honeymoon. They will be guests there in the home of the bride's [Held .from Last Week,] Robert Kain, who farms north of Sexton with his brothers George and John, was married Monday to Verna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman, of Wesley. A wedding dance was given at the Kleinpeter hall Monday. Robert has farmed on the home place since the death of his father, John Kain Sr., several years ago. HIa mother,- Mrs. Maiy Kafn, also lives at the farm. Mrs. John Ramer was pleasantly surprised last Wednesday evening, when" her daughter Evelyn entertained in honor of her mother's birthday. Refreshments were served to 15 late In the evening. Mrs. Clem Cunningham was called to Lu Verne Monday night by illness of her brother, Charles Warmbier. He was taken to Iowa City Monday night for theatment at the- Clinic hospital. Mrs. Cunningham will remain with her mother, Mrs 1 .. REPLACE TOUR broken window glass now. Prices lowest. SEE BERT DEAL H. W. POST I Dray and Transfer Long Distance Hauling. ' Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and drayiug. PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE >Ugona, Iowa farm layout and building arrangement, Sidney Hutchinson. Basketball Teums Victors- Last week's basketball games were a double-header between the Cardinals and Winnebago, won by the Cardinals 37-8; and the Cardinals' second team lost a close game to Seneca il;7-10 in an overtime period last week Tuesday. This week Thursday night the team plays at St. Peter, Minn., when they will meet Gustavus Adolphus. The gym there will seat 2,000 people, and they have a strong team. The proceeds of this game are to be used for charity. The high school played Uingsted in a double-header Friday evening here, and Swea City's first team won 32-12, and the seconds, 28-12. The next high school game is at Ledyard Friday night. Hold Charity Open House— The Legion, the W. O. T. U., and the Thursday club are this week cooperating with Kossuth county relief program under direction of Mrs. Ulinor Sutton. They are holding open house at Legion hall Tuesday. OTIIKK SWEA CITY. Young people home for Thanksgiving include Naomi Hewitt, teacher in lU-mvicli; Theodora Hovey, teacher in Haifa, June Thomson, attending .school in Waterloo, Gail WfavtT, teacher at Blencoe, Margaret Kuchynka, attending Cedar Falls, arid Bitssic- Anderson, teacher in Blencoe. The Samuel Wai-burtons enter- tainUtined Thanksgiving: Mrs. N. E. Noble, the James U'arburtons, the F. <J. Tonnes, the Joe Faulkners, of Uikota: ahd the Aldrick Buck- hoU/.c-.s, of Titonka. The James Klders spent Thanksgiving with Mi». Elder's mother, Mrs. K. J. Morton, and the W. C. Mortons, her brother, at Auburn. A benefit card party will be given by Legion women at the Legion hall December 7. Prizes will be given for high scores. brother. The bride is a well-known and popular young lady of this com munity. The bridegroom_._was reared in Plum Creek township and is a highly respected resident. The young folks will continue to reside there on their return. We join with their many friends In wishing them all joy and prosperity. Lu Verne (Held from last week.) The Progressive Women's club met Friday afternoon with Mrs Burdette Agard. Eleven member were present to answer roll ca with historical events that too place in New England. Mrs. J. L Lichty read a paper on Early His tory of Pilgrims. Mrs. J. M. Chris t'ensen read an article on the Edu cational Institutions of New England. A discussion on the effect of the customs and traditions early days on the people of toda followed. Mrs. William Baddeley 1> came a member of the club. Re freshments were served. The 5th and 6th grades entertains their mothers AVednesday afternooi (November 25) at the school nous IDEAL GIFT FOR THE BOY What glorious adventures boys etween the ages of ten and twenty ave reading THE AMERICAN OY—YOUTH'S COMPANION! As by magic, this well-known maga- !ne carries boys to distant parts of ie world, Introduces them to trange people, Tets them experience ueer customs and revel In the ad- ntures of foreign lands. In a single Issue, a boy will battle tie frozen Northland with sled and og team, cross Indian-haunted lains in a prairie schooner, zoom ver war-torn lands in an army lane or on dangerous routes with a U. 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Service on your subscription will start with whichever Issue you specify. 12 WHIN IT MINI * IT POUM 3—Give day and date of sale T — • .--— 4—Give hour when sale is to begin——. ~. ———— 6—-What about lunch, if any? „___-.— ————.---6—How many horses?—. .-.Describe each animal, with weight and age, and if you have anyi standing horses or teams give particulars ;.—-—.— 7—How many cattle? .Describe them, and be sure to give particulars about bulls, dairy.. purebred or good grade beef cattle, etc. Play up the merits of your stuff. The fellow ten miles av will know only what you tell him in your bill and ad. How many hogs? Do as you did with the cattle. Tell everything you would want to knoll yourself if you were looking for hogs and saw a bill or ad of a man ten miles away who was going M close out. Let the printer sweat if yours is a long bill—the price will be the same anyhow .^1 9—Sheep, mules, or other stock?. 10—Chickens, ducks, geese, etc.?.. 11—Which do you want to come first—horses, cattle, or hogs? __,_ — 12—Farm machinery. Give make and condition. Make a complete list. In these automobile d»y« grindstone may fetch a buyer ten miles away _„ , -—' 13—Miscellaneous 14—See your banker, get the terms, and set them out here. How many months?, 15—How many bills do you want? (The usual number is 100) ,. 16-How large an ad do you want? (The usual size is pne-fourth page) 17—Your name, ^ ___ __ T _ w ^ 18—Auctioneer *-*"* 19—Clerk . oouuty the north line of Penton, Burt, Portland, and ButtaJb tow«#WP« to the noutb line °Lp g« tt»* your ftdvwtteement to pun In the Advanc^'You/locai 1 ^ 0 '' **" 1* y ? U *F* ^ ****. "* « B ^«m j£<**»>S* t & « =•«•«•-«-

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