Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1932 · Page 2
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PAOfi TWO What do you feed your chickens? Your chickens will lay better eggs if yon feed them correctly. Real egg producers require two types of feed. Mash is necessary to produce egg whites and Scratch Feed produces most of the yolks. The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company has developed two feeds based on scientific formulas wbrjted out by the Poultry Service Department. Daily Egg Mash and Daily Scratch Feed are sold exclusively by A&P Food Stores. Stop in and ask about them. DAILY EGG Scratch Feed Mash . . . Mash . . . 53 1 ^"i^ "^ ^n-^^Mn^^P' ^* •-•^^ THE GREAT ATLANTIC a PACIFIC TEA CO. • Middle Western Division ANNUAL STATEMENT of the Algona Building and Loan Association ALGONA, IOWA at close of business December 31, 1931. Assets. Mortgage Loans $123,700.00 Loans on Stock 3,344.50 Real Estate 839.78 Cash Balance 855.54 $128,739.82 Liabilities. Installment Stock $ 43,964.90 Accrued Dividends 4,262.55 Fully Paid Stock 63,500.00 Dividends on Fully Paid Stock _________ 1,736.96 Dividends Created 7 per cent - . on installment stock. :''.__ 1,538.77 Money Borrowed ^_ h _ 12,100.00 ^Reserve ___'_- .1,636.64 $128,739.82 Officers <$ A. L. Peterson, Pres. H. R. Cowan, V-Pres. E. J. McEvoy, Treas. A. L. Cunningham, Sec- Directors. M. G. Norton G. W. Stillman A. L. Peterson W. B. Quarton H. R. Cowan M. P. Weaver E. J. McEvoy LAST CALL Friday and Saturday, January 15 and 16, will be the last sale at Neville's old stand. It is a give-away sale and the final wind-up. Goods will be sold so cheap that buyers will have a guilty feeling. You will feel that you are getting them for nothing. These bargains are depression killers. It is the time and the place to save money. Jimmie Neville GLASS Replacement Service . . . OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED BY BURT LODGES Burt, Jan. 12—Joint Installation of the Burt I. O. O. F. and Rebekah officers took place last Thursday evening after the regular Rebekah lodge meeting. Deputy Grand Master Lloyd G. Pool, Algona, and Deputy President Gladys Brace were installing officers. Officers of the Rebekahs are: Lottie Hawcott, N. G.; Esther Olson, V. G.; Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, recording secretary; Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, financial secretary; Lulu Hawcott, treasurer. Mrs. Paul Macauley, warden; Dorothy Lakotans Help Fight Buffalo Center Blaze Steward, conductor; Trunkhlll, chaplain; Airs. Edna J. P. Staley and Mrs. G. E. Brace, N. G. supporters; Mrs. J. H. Graham, O. G.; Mrs. C. B. Chipman, I. G.; Mrs. C. F. Whalen and Mrs. J. P. Stow, V. G. supportei-s. The I. O. O. F. officers were Otto Barrentlne, Bancroft, N. G.; Mennett Trunkhlll, V. G.; C. B. Chipman, 'secretary; and J: P. Stow, treasurer. Your broken door and windshield glass replaced while you wait. Non-shatter windshield glass for Model A Ford, installed jg.00 JOE GREENBERG PHONB 118 To Observe Bicentennial— The Legion and Auxiliary helc their monthly meeting last week Wednesday evening at the Legion hall, with Mrs. L. V. McWhorter and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf ae hostesses. Mrs. C. H. Schrader read a paper on the work of the Auxiliary It was decided to observe Washing' ton's bicentennial by presenting copies of the flag code to the rooms of the local schools, also to bus! ness houses. The regular meeting night has been changed from thi third to the first Wednesday even ing of the month. Mrs. S. S. Dlxon Reported low- Mrs. Hanna Brooks, Aurora, 111 arrived last week Wednesday t visit the H. A. Thompsons. Mr. am Mrs. Walter Devlin, Los Angeles Calif., arrived Saturday. Mrs. Brooks j Lakota, Jan. 12—The Lakota fire jompany was called to Buffalo Cener Sunday evening to help, control a disastrous blaze which originated n the basement of the Hunter drug tore. As the wind was in the northeast the fire traveled south, burning the drug store, the Wilson general merchandise store, a pool mil, and a bakery before it •: was jrought under control. Most of the vlndows in buildings on the west side of the street were cracked, .and t is thought that snow on the roofs of these" buildings saved them. Fire companies from Forest City, Blue Earth, and Elmore were also called. Three families on second floors lost their household goods, and Doctor Sower lost his dental equipment. Hoyal Neighbors Install Officers— The Royal Neighbors held installation of officers at their hall Monday evening. Following are the officers: Oracle, Mrs. Leona Heetland; Vice Oracle, Mrs. Delia Smith; recorder, .Mrs. O. E. Buckets; receiver, Mrs. Emma Smith; chancelr lor, Mrs. Margaret Faulkner; Past Oracle, Mrs. James Bruer; marshals, Mesdames C. Freeark and John Grelse; inner sentinel, Mrs. Walter Rosenau; outer sentinel, Mrs. E. A. Clemans; managers, Mesdames Otto Koppen, Rollie Steele, and Loyal Gingrich; flag-bearer, Mrs. Ed Kahl; pianist, Mrs. Gust Koppen; graces, Mesdames Ed Underdahl, Edith Schroeder, Florence Roelf- eema, and Noy Sturdevant.' A social hour followed the business meeting. Library Association Meets Friday— The Seymour Library association held its annual meeting Friday, the president, Mrs. Woodworth, presid- games. A business meeting wa* ateo held. ^^ Mr*. JFno. Smith Iwes Aunt-Mr, and Mrs. John Smith were called to Kairirar Saturday morning by word that an aunt of Mrs. Smith, Mrs. John King; had died Thursday nlhgt at 79 years of age. The Smiths returned Sunday, night. t tncy Kenning Reported Wed— It is reported that Lucy, eldest daughter of Julius Henning, and Manley Bravlck, formerly of Buffalo Center, were married January 30, 1931, at Detroit, Mich., where both were employed. George Mnssmans May leave— George Mussman has gone to Sibey to work for the Rock Island, and if he likes his Job and can find house to rent the family will move there. , Other Lakota News. .The Rev. F. O. Johnson spent.last week, Monday arid Tuesday at Algona, attending an annual Methodist pastors' retreat, and he reports a most Inspiring meeting. Evangelism was the topic, and several noted speakers gave addresses. Mrs. Johnson spent Monday afternoon and night at Ledyard with the Mayers and the Olsons. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson attended a Forest City ministerial group meeting at the Rev. Mr. Howe's home af Buffalo Center Monday. A girl was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wirtjes, who live northeast of town. the Al- ing. Officers were elected: president, Mrs. Gertrude Schissel; vice president, Mrs. Lucile Ley; secre- and the Devlins were called •by the seroius illness of Thompson's mother, Mrs.. here Mrs. S. S. Dixon, who has been 'critically sick at the Thompson home for several weeks, but is now somewhat better. Mrs. Brooke is Mrs. Dixon's sister; Mrs. Devlin her daughter. Longworths Moving to Const— Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg entertained at a family dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Langworthy, who are soon to leave for California: the Roy Budlongs, and Oscar Blanchard, Titonka; the Harold Jones' and Horace Schenck. Mr. Langworthy is Mrs. Stoutenburg's brother. They formerly lived near Burt, but have been living at Heron Lake Minn. Emily Stevens' Appendix Emily Stevens was opei-ated on Saturday evening for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital. Doctor Wallace performed the operation. Emily had been staying with Mrs. Anna Stow and going to -high school. C. C. Smiths Visiting In California- Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Smith left Tuesday for two months with their sons and other relatives at Ventura and Los Angeles, Calif. They expect to spend a night at Quinn Albright's, Dee Moines. Mrs. Lola Hamquist; assistant, Mrs. Jennie Gutknecht; treasurer, Mrs. Olga Wortman. The fol- owing report of money received was given; two teams, $38.46; two dinners, $24.45; dues, $5; Sauerkraut lay tags, $11; Acorn club for child welfare, $5; Priscilla club, silver ea, $18; book fines, $8.35; total 110.26. The disbursements for books, coal, insurance, etc., totaled 45.53, and the balance on hand January 1 was $133.56. jedyard Farm Bureau Meets— The Ledyard township Farm" Bu•eau met in joint session Friday a r. H. Holcomb's. A covered dish uncheon was served at noon to 5( persons, and a program was given n the afternoon: community sing- ng; a group of readings toy Mrs. W. Gutknecht; vocal solo, Mrs. Frerking; violin solo, Violet Frerk- ng; accordion music, George Ennen; songs by the township mixed quartet; and talk by the Rev. Mr. Soese. The women and men held separate business meetings, and plans were laid for the next meeting, to be held at Richard Zielske's February 5. Portland Club Meets Today— The Portland Farm Bureau met Monday evening at Tony Jandl's This week Thursday afternoon, the Farm Bureau women who are members of the Portland Progress club will meet at Mrs. D. M. Stewart's. o Install Algona Officers- Gladys Brace, Rebekah distric eputy president, goes to Algona ith her installing team this weel uesday evening to install officer; f the Algona lodge. Mrs. L. J. Needham spent week-end with her husband at bert Lea. W. E. Ley, I. B. Wortman, and Postmaster Bargar were at Des Moines last week on business. Mrs. Nick Behrends was hostess to the Priscilla club last week Wednesday. CREAMERY TO GRADE CREAM AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Jail. 12—Stockholders of the Bancroft Co-operative creamery held their yearly meeting at Brad* ley's halt Saturday afternoon. M. P. Christerisen, buttermaker in Algona, and Mr. Will, member of the extension board for scoring butter, of Mason City, were the main speakers. The Bancroft company paid $63,185.67 for cream last year, and 210,242 pounds of butter were made. Directors elected for the year were Edward Droessler, president; Hll- am Goche, vice president; F. H. teacher, treasurer; and A. A, Fangman and Anton Stork. Joe Vaske! ma again named secretary.... The roup voted to grade cream starting (arch 1, and a difference of two ents will be paid. Henry E. Theta s. buttermaker; and he is assisted y Frank N. Thels. The monthly meeting of the directors was held Monday afternoon, at the bank. 3. 0. F. Party Draws ,Crowd— A crowd turned out for the C. O. F. card party and dance last Wednesday evening as usual. Bridge and 600 were played from 8 to 10, and Esther Schilz and J. W. Schilz won the 600 prizes, and Frances Berens and Dr. F. N. Thels had high icore In bridge. Kelley's Kellodlans _>layed for the dance from 10 to 1. These dances and card parties are lUbltc and are held every Wednesday. Jim Luchtels, of Mllford, played this week. Both Whittemore Teams lose— Whittemore Presentation academy Union Sirs. Steinberg Hurt In Fall- As Mrs. A. F. Steinberg stepped out to the back porch of her home a week ago Saturday she slipped and fell, and -her head struck a pail. A gash was opened over one of her eyes. It later developed that wrists had She- is not in good health, and the shock of the accident kept her in bed a week. The Steinbergs' are pioneers here. Mr. Steinberg owned the first drug store, later selling it to buy the farm on which the couple still live Koseuth county friends of Mrs Philip E. Damon were pleased t hear her broadcast a half-hour talk last week Wednesday over WO (Ames) on safety education as part of the Iowa Federation o Women's clubs monthly radio pro gram. Mrs. Damon is now chair man of the division of public safety of the Federation. The Damon farmed for several years in Hebro township and were active Farm Bureau members. Mrs. Damo: erved as both woman's townshi jroject leader and as girl's clu eader. They moved to Ames a fev •ears ago, when Mr. Damon securec employment with the state highwa commission. District 4 school has enjoyed elec trie lights since before Christma. through cooperation of the Cresco Union Electric company; Al Schenck, who permitted use of transformer, and Harry Ward, wh donated labor. Standard funds of the past two years, as well as money from school affairs, were used for wiring the building and connecting with the high line. The Schenck transformer ' had to be a leg and one of her been severely bruised. Women's Project Leaders Meet— Mrs. F. G. Torine, Mrs. John Heetland, and Mrs. J. H, Warburton attended a county F. B. meet nnunl Circle Banquet Tomorrow— i ing for women's propect leaders a The U and I circle will hold its i the Bancroft schoolhouse las Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Larson of the extension department a Ames, spoke on the Achievemen day score card. On account o drifted roads not many women at ended, and it was decided to hold another meeting in March for the ja'me purpose. nnual banque't at the Legion hall Friday. Other Brtrt Xeivs. TJie Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton ana their daughter Phyllis spent his week Tuesday at West Bend. The Rev. Clifton was attending a Methodist minister's meeting, and ^hyllis visited friends. The Cliftons 'ormerly lived at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Bartlett and heir son Harley, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladendorff, all of Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at W. A. Ladendorff's. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macauley, Harold and Dorothy Steward, and Lottie Hawcott were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings, who are working at the county farm near Algona. Forrest Rice, who lived near Burt some 30 years ago, visited the C. S. Coffins last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Rice's home Is at tanley, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Trainer en- ertained Lieut, and Mrs. Luther Fairbanks, Galveston, Tex.; James Powers, and Juanita Martin at a. chow-mein supper Friday evening. The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet Saturday afternoon at Mrs. H. W. Manus's, with Urs. A, G. Volentlne as assisting lostees. On account of the snowstorm Gladys Brace and her installing earn were unable to go to Titonka to install officers last week and so went Monday evening of this week. Mrs. Jake Goclden and her baby iave been spending several days with the former's parents, the i . M -><•» r For your home, office or utoi'e We Sell the Best of Coal \ ' Ask the nun who uses it BoUford Lumber Co. on the local floor Friday evening, and St. John's first team won 15-8, : Bancroft high school girls, won by. a large margin over the Bancroft town girls' team "Frlday.yThe Bancroft high school boys defeated Lakota at Lakota Friday, evening 1514. Fenton will play St. John's on the local floor this Friday. First Card Party Given— The first of a series of card parties by the Sodality was held at St. John's hall Sunday evening, and bridge and 500 was played at 30 tables. Mrs. L. F. Kennedy and A. H. Fuchs won bridge prizes, and Mrs. N. J. Merrill and Frank Hellman received the prizes, for 500. Rudolph Fangmann received the door prize. These parties will continue every Sunday until lent. See Buffalo Center Fire— Many people from here drove £0 Buffalo Center ' Sunday evening, | where fire destroyed many of thej business buildings and stock, among them the office of Dr. J. Sowers. Dr. Sowers operated a dental office here for years. Mexican Infant Dies— Cyriaci, 5% months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bicenda Hernanders, died Friday at 8 p. m. The child was unable to assimilate food, and had grown very little since birth. The Hernanders are • Mexicans. Ot.lier Bancroft News. A new Smith incubator is being installed on the Hamilton chick and 104 Days a year Wasted One day of washing—and one day of pressing—to say nothing of extra bills for electricity, gas, groceries, and maybe a laundress. Silly, isn't it', when you can have your laundry done more satisfactorily and more cheaplyL by us-—and those 104 days of freedom for yourself. . KIRSCH LAUNDRY PHONE 267 moved and other changes made in hatchery 1 farm two miles southwest the system before the school house of Bancroft. This' incubator' cost could be connected. The wiring approximately $7,000, and has a' ca- was started last year.' A dream of pacity of 52,000 eggs. This Is the some years ago has been really. Only one other rural school, according to' Supt. last fall. made a same kind and size incubator as was Kossuth installed in the Welp hatchery here W. S. Shirley, has electric lights, and that is.in Lu Verne township. Olga Elsbecker, who has been visiting her parents, the Louis Els- The old time bobsled has become beckers, for three weeks returned to a favorite means of transportation' Carroll Monday morning. She is a for farmers on side roads. The'pave- ment and the streets of 'Algona afford good sleighing. Many, farmers nurse and'practices at Carroll.where she took her training. Emil 'Schemmel is back' at work in are!no longer interested >. in the Kennedy's grocery department price of gasoline, at present at least.' since Monday. Mr. Schemmel •• re- Mr, and Mrs. A. B, Schenck and; cently had his teeth pulled and was four sons spent a few days follow- off duty for ten days, ing Christmas'at Minneapolis, with 1 Mr. and Mrs.-W. E. Callahan and Washington Prizes Are Offered— Winnebago Post No. 21 of the legion is offering 12 prizes to boys and girls under 16 for the best Irawings of George Washington. Drawings may be made from any picture. The contest will close February 1. Eighteen Lakota Legionnaires belong '*> Winnebago Post, and two others belong to the post at Bancroft. Ray Murray, brother of Doctor Murray, Lakota, is head if the Winnebago post. Four-H Club Plans Laid— Emma Gutknecht and Mrs, J. H. Warburton attended a county 4-H club committee meeting at Ed Ditt- j mer's Saturday afternoon. Plans vere laid for the year's work, and ive members were added to the committee, making a tdtal of ten. Kossuth now has 18 active 4-H girls' clubs, with a total membership of about 300. Jeorge Graham's, near Titonka. Mrs. Raney Putz and her spent several days last week baby with Mrs. Putz's mother, Mrs. M. A. Dexter. Mr. and Mrs. Wyott Stott and Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Boettcher visited friends at Mankato from Saturday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heany visltec relatives at Kiester and Bricelyn Minn., Sunday. A good-sized crowd attended dance given by the Legion Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz were called to Algona Sunday night by the death of Mr. Lavrenz's mother. The Rev. and Mrs. N. L. Hutch kiss, Woden, spent last week Tues day night at Mrs. Ida Anderson's. Mrs. D. M. Bartley, Omaha, came last Thursday for a week with her sister, Mrs. F. E. Rubey. The Legion Auxiliary met to sew afternoon at Mrs. Frank the former's mother, Mrs. Sadie Schenck; and sisters' Maud, a' public school teacher, and Mildred, state 4-H club agent Another sister Lois, household and junior editor of the Prairie Farmer, published son John, of Humboldt, visited at the J. J. Sherman home Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Callahan is a sister of Joe Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. L, F. Kennedy and Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman attend- STRANGE, BUT TRUE! THERE IS NO LAW .A6WNST DESTROYING MONEV.OCLTMROWJKKS IT MMW'~.~ COMMON SENSE, HOWEVER, MAKES IT AN .EXTREMELY RARE PRACTICE DEPENDABILITY A good thing to remember is that in time of be-1 reavement turn to those who are responsible and capable. • . ' ; / You can always depend upon our professional skill and our ability to serve to the utmost satisfaction in any case—under any circumstances.' Laird & McCullough FUNERAL DIRECTORS WE FURNISH NATIONAL, CASKETS Burt at Chicago, was also in Minneapolis.' ed a bridge party at the P. J. Kohlhaas home in Algona Tuesday. Mrs. Blanche Beckner and. daughter Grace spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Beckner's sister, Mrs. J. Barnes, at Spirit Lake. • i ' ;-»> "; . • • '• Ingham in Address. Despite his more than 70 years, Harvey Ingham "continues to be a favorite speaker both in and out of Des Moines. One of his recent talks was given 'before the Eaet Des Moines club, In 'which he touched on business, politics, and travel. Mrs. W. B. Brace and her. daughter Gladys epent Friday at Mrs. Julia Brace's Algona. The Sewing circle met Thursday afternoon at Mrs. C. S. Coffin's. Willis Phelps has been confined to his bed with a severe cold. Edw. Thaves returned- Sunday from a business trip to Omaha. Two S. S. Classes Have Party— The Hustlers Sunday school class, Mrs. Gus Torine, teacher, and the intermediates, Mrs. Worley, teacher, held a joint party at the church Saturday afternoon. After the par- y six Aid members gave the baee- ment a thorough cleaning. Mrs. Torno and Mrs. N. B. Noble will en- :ertain the Aid this week Wednesday afternoon. Acorn Club Meets Thursday— Mrs. E. J. Woodworth was hostess to the Acorn club last Thursday afternoon, 17 members attending. Only two numbers on the scheduled program were given: Conquering the Colorado, Mrs. Edna and Roosevelt Dam, Mre. Smith. Turley Emma To Remove Snow from Streets— The fifth division of the Methodist AW served dinner to 15 members of the Commercial club last Thursday evening. Among other business taken up by the club it was decided to have the snow taken off the streets, the work to be given to men needing employment. Korean S. S. Class lu Party— The Bereon Sunday school das*, held a regular party at the Clemans home test week Tuesclay night, and in spite of tbe storm is members attended and, spent the evenlne al STOP & SHOP Bloom's. Store Groceries At New and Lower Prices SUGAR— Pine granulated, 10 Ibs.' ,_ BUTTER— Algona, BRAN FLAKES— 2 pkgs. for COFFEE— Special Pea- berry, 2 Ibs. ___ CRACKERS— Fresh, delicious 2 lb. box COFFEE— Folger's, 2 lb. tin Bloom's Store AL GONA » » .&.NOBTOHi/bON S I'll GIVE THAT I'M VJEARM6- IMT* Save Homy by Ordering Your Coal from Us Call 129 W9* V Are you one of the 3,000 Satwfied Su

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