Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 28, 1932 · Page 7
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/ • "' •'' KOSStfTH COtNtY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA LAWYEB8 [ft Quarten W. Millet •taw Of f Jo* , Iowa State Bank Bldg. Dhone 460-W. Algona, Iowa . Sullivan 8. Llnnan McMahon Office. 261!' J. W/8., 808, ' -' Algona, Iowa * DICKlftSOrt IP "Harrington / L. J. plekinaor 1 Attorney*-at-Law Office, 281 TV-P. ,H., 441 Wilbur J. Payne, Editor With Charles Klamp. Vlalted at the Glen H. Stoddard's last week. They live In the rear of Jhe old Galbralth store building at Galbraith. The Stoddards were happy over a 7%-lb. girl born Jan- Wiry 21, named Martha lona. Mrs. Stoddard and baby are doing nicely. Mr. Stbddard said they still had 40 acree of corn to pick and he hoped the snow would leave so he could go to picking again. He has a large herd of cattle to care for. • We stopped a few minutes at Fred Schoby's. Fred likes to joke, and offered to show his twine, which turned out to he twin calves. He said he was getting along nicely. He bought 12 BOWS last spring and had good luck with pigs, selling 30 head. They did not bring as much as he paid tor the eows, but he had eight sows and some 50 spring pigs left. Fred said he knew better times were just "Hoovering" around the corner. At the Kunz elevator at Galbralth Bert Sankey was busy and Said business was good. The Sankeys keep a nice store, and are doing hfflce'over^IoWk'itat* Banfc \wel1. ,Mr. Sankey has managed the v/11-* ___ AtttfMia Ts%^*« olavo tni* //it* cairA**n1 ^ffta^a ' CROWB COM TO BANCR FOR FUN :S JFT RAL Bancroft, Jan. 26' — Out-of'town relatives and friends who attended the funeral of W. P. Vaske here last week Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Clem Menke, St. Cloud, Minn., Alphonse Mescher, ' St. Paul, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vaske, Mrs. 'Albert Johannlng and son .Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loosbrock, Mrs. Geo. Heblg and Alfred Loosbrock, all of Wllmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs, Gerh Mensen, Lismore, Minn., Mr, and Mrs. Frank Kramer, Mr. ant! Mrs. Al Schneider and two eons, of Earlville, Al Minnie and Hilda Vaske, New Vienna, Henry Krogman and son Alvie, of New Hampton, Mr, and Mrs. John Ovel George Ovel, Louis Tanke, Albln Koopman, Louis Becker, all of Dy ersville, Frank Osterhaus, Farley and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Recker of Bloomington, Wls. Pall bearers were John Brink, Joseph Reiter, William Goche, J. J. Nurre, A. B. Lappe, and Ben Lampe. low* E. D. Kelly Attorneya-at-Law Office in Quinby Block i eo . ' f Alennn. lone 58 Algona, low* 1. A. WINKBL Atttorneyat-Law Office In Quinby I Building Phone 180 DOCTORS^ "kENEFICK * KBNEFICK Fhyilclant and 8orgeon§ Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 , J. Kenefick, M.iD., res. phone B7 f N . Kenefick, M. P., ree. phone 82t C. H. CBETZMBYEB Physician and Surgeon ,' i, Office in John Galbralth Block Phones: Office, 310; res., 444 Iowa elevator for several years. , A. F. Curran, called the potato wenlng, and leabelle Saunders won he high'score. •Mrs. d. E. Bryden has been sick .he last \veek. She I* the wife of the lev. C. 13. Bryden, minister of the Baptkfc-church. Linus Ptitz, of Edgewood, spent :he week-end here-with his wlfei Mrs. Putz is principal of the high school. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baldas, • of Kansas tilty, are visiting her parents, the John Adams. James Sheridan has been ill with the flu. p. V. JAN8E, K. B. Fhyalclan and Snrgeon Office on South Dodge Street hones: Office, 666; residence. 86» Algona, Iowa "WALTER FRASER, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office in Qtilnby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 king In the Lu Verne neighborhood, eald potatoes were selling good, and he was almost sold out. At the Hanna ranch Martin Larson is manager and Roy Kollasch assistant manager. They were getting, ready to give their cattle the t. b. test. Mr. Kollasch, a jolly good fellow, said they were not going to call out the army to test at that place. There are 200 cows and 100 calves, some sheep and hogs, on. the ranch. Sympathy was universal for Mrs. John Frlestad, who lost her husband recently, and has a large family at her farm home. Mrs. Frle- stad^ le eick with phlegmasla dolens; but Is, getting along as well as can be expected under trying conditions, Guy Aldrich, north and west -ot Wesley, Is a young bachelor, and said he started .farming for himself eight years ago. At that time he bought two purebred Shorthorn, registered cows and has now built up from these foundation cows a fine herd of registered cows. He said one of the original cows had'raised seven heifer calves, Including one pair of twins both heifers. He has ItackerM a*. Armstrong Fnnernl— Mr. and Mrs. Jo_seph Recker and Mr. and Mre. Frank Recker attended the funeral of Clifford Laffey, 37, at Armstrong Friday afternoon. Mr. Laffey was a friend of-the Reckers. He died Wednesday morning at the Fairmont hospital after three days illness with kidney trouble. Mr. Laffey was married three years ago. He is survived by his wife, a two-year-old son, his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Laffey, two brothers, John and Harold, and three sisters, Gertrude, Fern, and Esther. A married sister died the day before Christmas at Mason City. Mr. Laf•fey was born on a farm near Armstrong and lived in that vicinity all his life. Crowd Attends Card,. Party— BOOSTER MEET AT LU VERNE ATTRACTS 75 Lu Verne, Jan. 26—Over 75 .attended 'I. O. O. F. Council Monday night here. The meeting opened with the booster song. .Selections by the Lu Verne string orchestra, a piano solo by Gwenetha Jones, an address by Harvey Schultz, of Tl- tonka, cello, and violin duet .,by Ruth and Phyllis Lichty, harmonica solos-by Gerald Anderson, a piano duet by Eva Ray and Ruby Godfrey, were given. Treesa Brace, of Burt. read a paper on the history of the Rebekah lodge. Mr. Laird, of Algona, gave a talk on the endowment fund. A business meeting was held. Lunch was served by local Rebekahs. Following this program a number enjoyed a dance at the dd Fellows hall with music by the (ring orchestra. Mrs. Swank Burled Here— Mrs. Margaret Jane Swank, who led last week Wednesday at Clln- on, Minn., was born In 1847 In Newcomers Town, O. In 1864 she vas married to Joseph Samuel wank, and three children, Mary Elizabeth, William and Samuel survive. In 1884 the family moved outhwest of Lu Verne. Mr. Swank BLACK L FARM BUREAU ATIRVINGTON Irvltigton, Jan. 26—The Irvlngton Farm Bureau held an all day meetr ing at F. S. Gelgel's Friday. The annual business meeting was held and J. B. Black elected 'president, and B. B. McCorkle, secretary- treasurer. Former officers were Hugh Raney, president, and Carl .Hutching, secretary-treasurer. M. P. Christiansen, Algona, gave a talk, and Harold Hutchlns gave a report on the state Farm Bureau convention. Lucille Black gave two read- Ings. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. Several members of the Irvlngton girls' club were present and a club program for the year was arranged. There were 34 present. The next 1 , all day meeting will be held at the H. A. Keene's. Missionary Society Hears Program The Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the church. A program arranged by the leader, Mrs. O. L. Milter, was 1 given. Several articles on China and National .Mis- sions'were read and discussed. Two duets were sung by .. Mrs. V. J. Schlchtl and Mrs. M. Mrs. A. McLean gave arm by.a Sunday afternoon while coasting. Heavy, clothing protected her and saved her from being more seriously Injured. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on the topic, What to ' do when things go wrong. Text 1st Cor. 10:13, A Way of Escape. " The Cresco Embroidery club meets 10 with -Mrs. George Mrs. .J. M. Cox will have February Haclfman. charge of the program. Mary Wlldln, teacher at the Harry Sabln. school, enjoyed a short visit with relatives in Yanktoh, S. D., and vicinity recently. William Rutledge recently suffered a severe Illness, but is now much Improved. Mrs. Joe Wllhelml and children are spending a few days at V. Schlchtl's. J. Sale Dates Incorporation of the Algona Co-operative Creamery, Company waft filed with the secretary on the'23rd day of December, 1931. Signed: M. P. CHRISTIANSEN, Secretary. ANNUAL MEETING AND DIN- ner will be held at the new high school gymnasium 12 o'clock, noon, January 30. The board of directors have authorized two tickets for each patron. Notify ue before January. 28.—M. P. Christiansen, Secy. 19-20 Jan. 28—Fred Jentz, 1 mile easl and 1% mile north of Fenton, general farm sale. Jan. 29—John Wetes, closing out sale, on the Angus farm west of Burt. MEI/VIN O. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Office In PoatoffIce Block hones: effice, 197; residence, 211 DR. w. D.;A»DREW8 athlc PhytfelKn and- SntgeoB Eye, Ear, Nose, arid .Throat— .X-ray..":-: ••••.•. / • ' _ice over Hub Recreation TParloi hones: Office, 187;/ residence, 68* B. A. EVAK8, M. D. Obstrctlcs and Electrotherapy \h: Diathermy and Ultra'Violet Ray Over Borchardt Drug Store |phones: Residence 312, office 306. Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DB. BY IT. 'OE80H ¥ - r . • Dentist. -.}•':.••_ . • '. Gas and novocairie':used' .for 'exaction. -''•'. . '.•; • ;'-.v ••Located over ChristensenStore. Phones: Business 166, residence 470. Algona,-Iowa CHIROPRACTORS eight exceptionally fat baby beef calvee. Guy farms 160 acres and takes' good care of this herd. He said he did not have time to get married, but that will come later no doubt. C. E. Swanson, south of Irvlngton, has not be^n in his usual health for some time. He is troubled with- rheumatism and sinus trouble. ; He had been to Iowa City for treatment, and is now recovering slowly. THe Henry Geisheckers, substantial west of Lu Verne farmers, are always busy, and keep their place up In A No. 1 shape. They were making- some fine sa'usage. They gave us eome, and It certainly was good. New Incubator. The Hamilton Leghorn farm and hatchery at Bancroft has installed a new all-electric, 52,000-capaclty Smith Incubator, and already has it going, with .the.first hatch of 1932 Cards were played at 40 tables at St. John's auditorium Sunday even- Ing, and Mrs. E. B. Kohrike and Ray Welp won the . br.idge . prizes, ..'/and Mrs. Albert Hutchinson and Gerhard Dle^e won in 500. Matt Kramer won the door prize. The committee for the card party next Sunday evening Is: Isabelle Saunders, Amorita Schlltz, Regina Schiltz, Matilda Stork, Helen Cogley, Martha Mescher, . Marie Lampe, 'Francis DK. B. J. THI88EN Palmer Graduate: Chiropractor hirteen year's'••successful 1 practice Office over State's" Cafe VETERINARY L. W. FOX Y Veterinarian West State: Street,,Algona [Phones: Office. 47S-W.; res.. 476-R (BUILDING CONTRACTORS baby chicks to- come off February 10th. The Hamiltone have established a branch hatchery at Burt and are considering otheV locations for branch hatcheries. AH breeds of poultry will be COWAN ft SON General Contractors '••'./ Estimates Furnished [Phones: Business, 639-J; rea., 3V hatched 1 from high grade and carefully selected eggs from purebred stockV The layout of the plant has been changed so that three, times the former amount of chick and poultry supplies can be handled. The Hamlltonsjjave already booked more orders f» chicks, than they Diers, Margaret Quinn; Ida Nabor Marie • Hutchinson, and Marcella Weber. The last of these card parties will be held on February 7 C. 0. F. Party Well Attended— At the C. O. F. card party and dance Wednesday evening -Mrs. P J. Schiltz and Henry . Lappe won high in 500, and Mrs. Max Dudding and E. B. Kohnke won high in bridge. The largest-crowd of the season attended this party an dance. Jim Luchtel's orchestra, o Milford, furnished the niusic'for th dance. Kelley's Kellodlans, of Britt played for the dance last evening and Bill Randeau's one-man band of Minneapolis, will play for th dance Wednesday. These card par ties and dances are public. Will Attend Sister's Wedding- Mrs. C. J. Stauder left Monda evening for Washburn to visit he sister Hazel and from there will g to Waterloo to attend the wedding of her youngest sister, Lucille, who will be married Thursday morning at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Waterloo to Andrew J. O'Neil, of Williams. The-wedding dinner will be served at Hotel President. Miss Bolster graduated from Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, and has been practicing nursing at Fort Dodge. reading. The meeting with the Lord's Prayer. LEGAL NOTICES led 30 years ago. The' last fears of her life were spent few with ler son William at Clinton, Minn. Jealdes; her-children,' a'.half .brother, Hans O'Hara, of Spencer, six grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, survive. Services were held Monday afternoon at the Methodist church, conducted by the Rev. Wm. Baddeley. Lutheran Y. P. S. Meets— The regular business meeting and social gathering of the Lutheran Y. P. S. was held last week Tuesday night in the church basement with Ervln and Orval Ramus as hosts. After the business meeting, Carmen Hesse, Sylvia Becker, Wm. Knopf, and Le Roy Hanselman were elected as the entertainment committee for the next three months. The Rev. Mr. Wittenburg gave an address on "Christ's Humiliation." The rest of the evening was spent play- Ing games. Lunch was served. L, Roney. a musical was closed Fifteen enjoyed -the eupper served by- Hostesses Butterfield and Wickwlre after the program, and $4.55 was taken In. The next meeting will be February 19 at the ' annex. Mrs. Wm. Boldridge will lead and hostesses will be Mrs. M. L. Roney and Mrs. K. P. Roney. The annual business meeting will be held. Mrs. John Frlestad Is Ill- Mrs. John Frieutad is ill in bed at her home east of Galbraith. She is the mother of ten children, the 'youngest only a few weeks old. Her plans for the future are, as yet, indefinite. A short service for Mr. Frleatad, who died following an operation at Fort Dodge, was held at a funeral chapel at Algona last Thursday. The body was then taken to Bode, where another service was held at the Lutheran church, and burial made. Mr. and Mrs. Friestad have been residents of this -vicinity for more than ten years, having lived for the last several years on the H. J. Wrista farm. NOTICE OF PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE ARTICLES OF IN- CRPOHATION OF THE ALGONA CO . OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY. Notice is hereby given that at the regular annual meeting of ,the above named corporation, to be held at Its principal place of business on January 30th, 1932, it will be proposed to amend the Articles of In* corporation of said corporation in the following manner to-wit: To amend Article Four (4) of the present Articles so as to increase the capital stock of eaid corporation from $8,000.00 to $25,000.00; -and to Increase each' share of stock from $60.00 to $100.00. Filed In my office on the 23rd day of December, A. D. 1931. Signed: M. P. CHRISTIANSEN, Secretary of Algona Co-opera' tive Creamery Company. I hereby certify that this notice of proposal to amend the articles o Training School Is Held— Poland China Bred Gilts Up-to-date breeding/ Prices reasonable. Fall pigs. Either sex, Immune. 2 Holstein Bull CalTes. ; 'April and October. ' H. W. BUTTEEFIELB Burt, Iowa NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a General Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the 1st day of December, 1931, in favor of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State bank, Algona Iowa, as plaintiff, and against W. A. Duton and Margaret A. Dutton, as de- endants for the sum of Ten Thous- nd Nine , Hundred Twenty-six and 47/100 Dollars and cost*, taxed al One Hundred Sixty-four and 60/100 Dollars and accruing costs. ' and It appearing that there is still due I and unpaid the sum of $4,000.00 -l! lave levied-upon 'the-«*ollowlng.,der scribed personal property as the property of the'saifl" W."'"A. Dutton and Margaret A. Dutton to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: An undivided one-half of about 3,000 bushels of corn In crib and granary, located on the NE>4 of Sec. 1, Irv- lngton township, Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to.sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs' and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 30th day of January, 1932, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, In Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.,. of said day, When and where due attendance will be given by the under- BABY CHICKS Always good money in early broilers. Leghorns bring same a8 hear* • les, early;' 32c Ib. received for WBf Leghorns In April last year. P*fe- pdre now. Order at once. Big **count on all breeds for Januaty, February delivery. A few Hampshire boars cheap; aleo breeding W. Leghorn cockerelay turkeys, ducks, geese. ^ Hamilton Hatcheiy | Bancroft, Iowa. : R C A Victor Steps Ahead In 1932 signed. Dated this .-8th- day 1932. of January, L. E. HOVET,,. Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. T. P. Harrington,, Plaintiff's Attorney. 19-20 STOP NIGHT COUGHING Ordinary cough remedies do not reach the conditions which cause night coughing but Thoxine, a doctor's famous prescription does. It stops /the cough within a few mln- utee and goes direct to the Internal cause, preventing further trouble. Taken before retiring Thoxine absolutely prevents night coughing. It gives the same speedy relief for sore throat too. Safe for the whole lam- lly—guaranteed jioiJope.'M«neyt>aclc If,not satisfied, 35c.—Lusby .company, and all' other good Drug drug stores. WANT-ADS BRING RESULTS. The training Irvington Farm school met Mies Bureau Muriel had at this time last year, baby "chick mash and their MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WORKS Machinists and Welders Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and Bearing* I West of Courthouse Phone 561 PRODUCE SWIFT * COMPANY Cash Buyers Poultry, K«ri, an* HUM . Matt Laijiuth,. Mgr. • Phone 264. ' Their "mash maker", have been selling well all winter. The Hamiltons, like many other hard workers, find-that business comes to those who want it bad enough to work to get it. The "mash" is not made from home grown grains, but contains Ingredients which when added to home grown grains makes a^well* balanced feed. The new incubator is the .last word in scientific construction, with automatloMieat control and a master recording thermometer . always in sight. Humidity IB likewise • automatically controlled. The Hamiltons have within the short space of ten yeare-built up a To Visit la, South— . Joe Sandschulte left Friday morning for St. Louie, Mo., to visit his nephew, Frank Mager: He will meet his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Dishler, of Rock Valley, at St. Louis, and they will go to Loretto, Tenn., visit their brother, William Sandschulte. While at Loretto they will attend the golden wedding of their friends, Mr. and Study Short Story Authors— The J. J. club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. L. Lichty, 12 members being present. Mrs. Harry Lichty led the meeting-with a program on Iowa short story writers. Roll call was answered with the or. ' Mrs. Harold Soreneeri gave a reading and Mrs. Harry Lichty and Mrs. Charles Wolf sa'ng a duet. Games were played. Lunch was served by the hostess. Boy's Arm Run Over by Car— Robert Lee Lichty narrowly escaped serious injury last Thursday afternoon when he slipped and fell and had one arm run:over by the rear wheel of a passing car. A group of boys were throwing snowballs and failed to notice the approaching car. Robert hae a bruised arm arid a ilg bump on his forehead to remind him of his narrow escape. Body, H. D. A., being ,in charge. .The lesson was on recanelng furniture. Officers elected are: Mrs. Harry Seeley, township chairman; Mrs. K. P. Roney, publicity chairman. Cooperators in the various districts are: Mrs. Albert Groeenbach, No. 1; | Mrs. Paul Black, No. 2; Mrs. Carl Hutchins, 3; Mrs. Hugh Raney, 4; Mrs. Leslie Jenkins, 5; Mrs. Hal Skilling,. 6; Mrs. Fred Geigel, 8. Cooperators for Nos. 7 and 9 have not yet been chosen. Distant Travelers In Visit— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams, Wai- worth, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ricca and daughter, Saguache, Colo., arrived at Frank week Thursday. Ditsworth's last Mr. and Mrs. Walworth .Monday. The Riccas, who have been in Walworth with relatives since last fall, will remain at the Dltsworth home some time before continuing their journey to Colorado. Mrs. Ricca Is a niece of Mrs. Ditsworth. llOSSIJTH COUNTY MUTUAL ~ . INSURANCE ASSOCIATION i I Over $15,000,000 .worth of inaurano* I In force. A home company; • Baft. I •ecure.jr, O, Pa*son, Secretary THE ALGOXA INJUIUKCB , C, B.Xa Barre Al Falkwbalmw Reliable Insurance Service Phone 55 City Property Loan* Farm Loan* Insurance. Re*M isatate. CUNNINGHAM; ft &AC? »7 W. State St Ateona, x , JOE GllEKHBEMfl New and used Ajjto Part* Tires and Mrs. William Kramer, schulte is manager of Mr. the Sandmen's clothing department at Kennedy's. E. J. Kennedy Returns Home— A. W. Kennedy took his father, E. J. Kennedy, to Blue Earth Friday morning and the latter took.a train •for his home at' Hutchinson, M|nn. E. J. Kennedy, president of the Farmers & Traders Savings bank, came last week Monday to be pree- ent at the meeting of the directors of the bank Tuesday; H. W. FOST Dr»jr tug Trailer Loog Every load insured loss and hatchery, and feed business which ranks among the largest in Iowa. Steady work and careful * at tentiop to detail have won success. •FARM NEWS AND COMMENT. Mr, and Mrs, Eli T. Burbank, of Algona, have been married; 46 years and have lived In the same home on north Jones, street for 40 years. Mns. Burbank, whose maiden name'was Martha Cronan, was reared on the •farm 9% miles northeast of Algona now owned and occupied by J. B. Lelnlnger and a large family. Mr. Burbank came to Algona In 1881. Mrs. John Olson, who resides with her daughter. Mre. Frank Thompson, north of Algona, when shown a horoscppe and "Hands of Destiny" feature Jn a dally paper recently, remarked that her fortune had mostly been written Into the many years of life now behind her. Mrs. Olsen, who will be 80 in May, came to this country from Norway when she wau a young girl of 18. and has lived at or near Algona 55 year*, Her husband was for some 25 years a flour miller here, and the couple Jjye'4 just east of the present Huen!old Greenhouses. Mrs. Olsen thinks more ma«hjnery fc» invented w „,„ Country, there will eventually too few. jobs left. Sfle was fOi> nwJy obliged to wear glares to but Mrs. John Simon Under Knife— Mrs. John' Simon major operation at B, B, Teams Divide Games— The Bancroft'high* school basketball teams split a twin bill with Lone Rock at Lone Rock last Tuesday evening. The local • girls •' won 30-21, and the boys lost 26-11. St. John's basketball team lost to Whit- •temore -high on the local floor that evening 16-9, ' Farm Home Burns to Ground—, The house on the farm a half mile north of Swea City where Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lentsoh lived, burned to the ground last Wednesday morning and no furniture or" clothing was saved. Mr. Lentsch is a eon of the late Mike Lentsch and la a brother of Theresa Krapp. Jeauue Quinn !); Party— Jeanne Quinn, daughter of William Quinn, entertained six of her friends at birthday party at her home Friday afternoon,. She }s three years old, % Silver Tree Offering Taken— - A "silver tree" was held at the Methodist -church Monday night. Envelopes had been printed with a space for a quotation or remark. Donations were placed in these envelopes which were pinned on a tree, and later taken off and read. Light refreshments were served and a program of vocal and Instrumental numbers was given. Mrs. Kubly's Mother Dies— Mr. and Mre. Henry Kubly • were called to Monroe,-Wis., Monday by a message telling of the death of Mrs. Kubly's mother, Mrs, Barbara Streiff. Mrs. Streiff died of a heart attack as .she was at . the* dinner table Sunday. Mrs. Streiff had visited at Lu Verne often, .and had many-friends who mourn her death, Rally (or Men Planned- Attention Is called to the men's rally to be held at the city hallFeb- ruary 12 with a 36c supper and a program of music and' : speeches. This is for all men of the community. The program will be published later. Lutheran Choir Has Party- Members of the choir of the Lutheran church and their families enjoyed a party at the George Hanselman home Friday evening. About 50 were present, and 500 arid Book furnished • the entertainment, Lunch underwent a the • Koseuth hospital last Saturday morning. Mr. and Mre. Charles Winandy and son arrived here Sunday morning. Mrs. Winandy will remain at the Simon home till her mother is recovered. Mr. Simon returned to his work •Sunday evening. FARMERS! In order to close out our Self Feeders we are going to auction of f the last two that we Have. , Come in and look them over. Leave your name and price with us, and we will sell them to the highest bidder at 4 p. m. February 6. Are you using our guaranteed Hog Mineral? It is only $2.00 per hundred. Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mgr. Phone 256 CLOSING OUT , received a new and beautiful radio a* heri bU-thday pres- fronx her son- Dr. and surgeon 8ent AJton, eles> •. Other Irvinprton News. The Dan Schulz family spent Sunday at the Harry Sabln's. They report Mr. • and Mrs. Percy Phelps, who have been on a farm near Kanawha, have moved into Kanawha, and that Percy is permanently employed in a garage. Mrs. P'help is a sister of Mr. Schulz and Mrs. Sabin. Maxlne, 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cox, of near Osage, has recovered from an operation, which she 'underwent New Year's for the amputation of one finger, which had been mangled in a separator. The infant- son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spurgeon recently received a ( Slightly injured finger when he thrust It around the shield of the separator and into the running machinery. ...... Anna Ramus and Chester Wildin were Sunday gueets at Mrs. Sankey's and the Arthur Riley's. Mr. arid Mre, August Roblson were recent guests at Henry Scheppman's home. Aid will hold an all day meeting at the annex this Thursday after- nopn. The day will be spent quilting. All attending are to furnish a covered dieh and sandwiches. Mabellne MUler was bitten on one Public served, i Other Buucroft -Mr- and Mrs, Alp.honse Fangman and two children, of AUa, vWte<| at the M, J. Dyer and r Franfc Fangman homes Sunday, Mr, and M/s. on anx} son, of Milwaukee, to Alta with them for two Tollefson 1§ a A. w<seks pf visits- sister of Mrs. Fangman. Mrs. Jake Grethan, daughter Mary J^pu, and aon Jamee, of Mallard, are v|gltfn£ the former's m9th- er, Mrn. M»ry Segar, two Mrs. £•, P. Part a »4 Mrs. daughter, Jan\ee !,« Verne Women Win Farmers southeast of town attended the short course at Renwick Jast week. Mrs. Will Hefty, Mrs. Mert Barton, and Fern, were among the prize-winners in the woman's department, , r AW Gives Social- Members and friends of Ziion Lutheran church held a get-together and social in the church parlor* Tuesday evening sponsored by the Aid. A cqvered, dish luncheon was served. \ UotU '.Teami Defeat B^uwlck— Both basjcetbalj teams won Fr from Remyicfc teams on the local 29-1, and, the BUY BOTSFO&P'S GUARANTEED HOG MINERAL Only |9 a hundred aud absolutely guaranteed. JIM P001, Algona floor, T,he bpya 2543/ . Teacher Home Itojp Hospltal-r- " HOW ONE MAN LOSTJ2 IBS. Mr. Herman Runkls of Detroit writes: "A few lines of thanks from a rheumatism, sufferer — my first bottle Of Kruschen Salts took all the aches and swellings out Of my joints —with »»y first bottle I went on a diet and Jost 2? pounfls, and, now 1 " to. the Algoija hp>p}Ua ' Sunday, at the J. n#w njap To lose fat SAFELY and quickly one haUf tea^poonful of Krujs- ohe» Salts ip a. £tose o{ hot wajer in the momifcg before br,ea_fcfast. r •Pop, ypj»p b,eal,tb.'£ sake aste Jor = I will sell at public auction at the Skijling farm located: west ojt Algona to Ho- 5 barton corner, south 2 1-2 miles, west one mile, and then north one-half mile, on * ^Thursday, February 4th Sale to start at 1 p. ro., the following^ Property to be sold; 5 Head of Horses One gray mare 11 yrs. old, wt. 1200 Ibs.; one gray gelding 15 yrs. old, wt. 15QO Ibs.; one bay gelding J2 yrs. old, wt. 1500 Ibs.; one bay gelding, 12 years;old, wt. 1400 Ibs.; one black gelding 13 yrs, old, wt. 1300 Ibs. 9 Head of Cattle Five head of milch cows, two 4 yrs. old and three 7 yrs. old—all to be fresh in April; two heifers one year old this spring; 2 bull calves one yr. old this spring. 13 Head of Hogs Spring shoats, ayeraging in weight aboiit 175 Ibs. each. All vaccinated.. Farm Machinery, Etef Wagon with triple box, hay rack, Internition&l Jlaryester Company,cpyn complete with 130 rods of wire, P. & O. riding cultivator, DutQfe Uncle cultivator, Sattley sulky plpw, Rhode Island, disc, bob s)ed, steel harrow, endgate seeder, Qsborne l$*n. hay rake, Internitjqnal ma^uye 8jj>r«adej-, tired, steel wfreel gear and bay rack, l6-whe$l disc, '- '-—- L --— L abowt new, Joh^n Reere sulky plow, eingte row row cultivator a>0ut »ew, Great; Western ma row and eart, bpb sled, hand corn stellar, % collars and bridles, Bipfl c.n|ttyaj;or fl &. Cash. FO prpperty to fee repQveCfrojn,

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