Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1932 · Page 3
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FREE with your purchase of only one it- ounce bottle of Liniment for only »1.00, H. J. VAXDE 8TEEG The Watkhu Dealer , .: Phone 788.W, V AlfOsii, la. oats, logold, Stands, on ground, free~ from bar- Price 25c ECZEA be succeeded - CHURCH NAMES OLD OFFICERS ATIRVIN6TON trvlngton, Apr. 5-The ft ev A English preached to a well-filled t. u? T^" tlfly "" the to " ic " H "w to Fight Life's Battle*/- At the close of the sermon the annual business meeting was held. Splendid reports were rend by secretnrlea of the church deportments. Trustees for 1831 were reelected for 1932 They are Prank DItsworth, Enrl Miller and M. L. Roney. Mrs. V. J. Schichti was reelected church treasurer ,xr L. Roney was elected Sunday «chooi sunerhitendent to succeed .Mrs. Schlchtl, who had served for several years. Mrs. Schichti was elected assistant superintendent. Mrs. K. p Roney was elected superintendent of the cradle roll department. The Rev. A. English announced that anyon* wishing to unite with the church, .either by 'letter or confession of faith, or to have their children baptized will be given an opportunity to do so on Mother's Day, May 8. Ncwg of (he Poole Family— Lucilo Andrews, 9-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrews, Staples, Minn., spent last Thursday night with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. V. J. Schichti here. Luclle woe with Mrs. C. Poole, Muscatine, her other grandmother, with whom she has been living since last fall. Mrs. Poole, who operates a day nursery at Muscatine, was called to Algona by the serious illness of her daughter, Mre. Ray Cayler, near Bancroft, who recently underwent a maetoid operation at the general hospital, Algona. Mrs. Cayler has also been suffering with sinus trouble. After leaving the hospital Mrs. Cayler will spend a week or so in Algona, under the doctor'e care. She then plans to spend a weekr.or two at the V. J. Schichti honiie/befpre returning to her home near \Baricroft. Mrs. Poole and Luclle left 'for, Mus,ca tine again on Friday. Th'fty plan to motor to Staples ;where Lufcl]e>wlll spend the summer with home folks, when school closes. Mrn. Charles .Tones Wrl(e«— A recent letter from Mrs. Charles Tones, Union Grove, WIs., brings news which will be of Interest here and also to many Algonlans. She writes that her brother Rowland Smith, who lost his wife about two years ago, Is now married to a Chicago lady friend of his first wife. Rowland is a United States postof- Flce Inspector. Mr. and Mrs. Smith liave now located in Georgia. Gould, youngest son of Mr. and Mre. -Jones, s in business with his uncle .Russell at Kenosha, Wis., about 20 miles from Union Grove. Mr. .Jones, who liae been in ill health for some time, us reported the same. Mrs. Jones Is recovering: from • a • recent fall. \Srs. Jones is a niece of Mrs. J. B. Robison here. Missionary Society Meets Tomorrow The Missionary society will meet next week Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs. V. J. Schichti will lead. The national tolpc will be "The AmeHcan Negro." The foreign topic will be "Africa." Mrs. J. M. Cox and Mrs. Earl Miller will be hostesses. Two-Buy Blizzard In Montana- Ross Robteon, Kalispell, Mont., writes that late in March Kalispell was visited by a 48-hour blizzard which left the snow 14 inches deep on the level. The temperature was 14 degrees -below 'zero. Houoewarmlnff. for Roblsons— About 25 friends and old neighbors .went to the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Robteon, south of Irv- ing'ton, Friday night and gave the couple a houeewarming. Everyone reported a fine time, .." Heal Gashed In Accident— Roscoe Brown has recovered from a gash in his head Which he re ceived while operating a scraper in the etockyards early last week. The qtlt. was made by a lever of. the scraper. Other Irvlngton News. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Fitch^ Mr. and Mrs. Forbee Stilts, and' MrsvrRobert Skilling motored to Mason City Sunday to meet and bring home Robert Skjlling, mail clerk, for a short vacation.' For several, weeks Robert has been employed on a road between- Des Moines and Kansas City. The Aid society! will . meet this week Thursday afternpon at the annex. The afternoon will be spent In quilting. Mrs. T. B. Wickwlre and Mrs, Sumnsr Parsons will be hostesses, . ; : Mrs. Joe WiJhelmi and daughters Beverly and Marlyn, of Bancroft, Ipan to arrive this week Wednesday at the V.. J. Schichti home, .where they will spend several daye visiting. Betty Mae, daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. O. L,. Miller, was out of school sevferal days last week with an Infection in her face which started from a scratch on her lip. Mrs, Samuel Reaper, who has been In bed for two weeks with '"flu," is n'ow able to be up some. Marjorie Rlley was on the sick last early this week. The Jewell Studers, of near Corwith, 'Mrs. Dorw^ller, West Bend, and the Russell Frys were Sunday dinner guests at the O. L. Miller home. . * Several farmers on sandy land are well on the way with their seeding. Others are preparing to start the soil and weather permitting.. Mrs. Austin Summers and cnu- dren spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives in Eagle Grove. Mr.' and Mns, .Glen Haln motored to Fort Dodge on business last Thrsday, returning home Friday. Mrs Charles Sank«y spent Sunday with her brother Harvey Hewitt, Al- gpna. AI^IIMA. Spout Holder Made Here •pus PICTUBE .how, B. O. ]In the low.r rliht h,«l corn.,, I, UoaK. ownpr Mf "r»Aut_ n « ».«»..«—*... .1 * .. -.».. -~. . . Best-on- -Karth" spout holder rights, demonstrating the etrength of- the device by hanging ..his weight on it. The device, a likeness of which appears manufactured for Mr. Doak by the Norton Machine Works. It is shown holding a spout from an elevator, through which grain Is run into freight cars. World Service Is Featured in Rally at Burt Church Burt, Apr. 5—A rally was held at world service the Methodist church on Monday. The Algona group, which Includes seven churches, was included. The speakers were Dr. C. J. Hewitt, Evanston, 111., Dr. W. B. Holllngshead, Chicago, the Kev. Frank iPlcclotti, pastor of the St. Dian .church at Omaha, who spoke on various phases of the World service work. .On account of the rainy day only a email crowd attended. The Ladles' dinner at noon. Aid • served Mile Society Offlcerg Named— The Presbyterian Mite society, riiet 'last Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. W.T.PetereV with Mrs. Mi L. Vln- aas and Mrs. j; P. Trunkhlll as assistant hostesses. Officers for the coming year were elected as follows:' -Mre. Maude Hanna, president; Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, vice president; 'Mrs. J. T. Heaney, secretary; and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy, treasurer. Receiver Sells GUN Station— The building occupied by the Service Motor company was sold at auction laet Thursday afternoon by Selby Russell, receiver, of the First National bank. It was purchased by George Bahlins, near Burt farmer, for $950. The Service 'Motor company, operated by W. A. : Ladendorff and Jesse Thoreson, will continue to occupy the 'building. College Stndentg Resume Studies— Mrs. F. L. Pratt took -her daughter back to Rockford, 111., Sunday, where she is a student at Rockford college. Helen Thompson, who had been spending a vacation with her parents, the H. A. Thompsons, accompanied them part way on her way back to Cedar Rapids, where she is a student at Coe college. Presbyterians In Annual Meet— The annual congregational meeting of the Presbyterian church was held at the church last Friday evening. Reports 1 of'the'various'organ- izations were given /and all showed a .balance in the treasury. Dinner was served before the meeting. Burt Township Trustees Meet—The township trustees met at.the Burt "Savings -bank -Monday to go over the 'assessor's books.. They hired F. O. Stow for sexton of the cemetery. New Rooks for the Library— The library book committee at Mrs. S. H. Aten's Thursday afternoon for the purpose of selecting a number of new-books for the library. CHURCH five •Bert Godden home Saturday. Mr. and Mre. J. T. Heaney were Sunday dinner guests .with friends at Elmore, Minn. Mr. Heaney went on to Kelster, Minn., and brought 'Ms parents, iMr. and Mrs. Thomas Heaney, back for a few days visit here. The Charles Olsons and Mrs. Eva Godden spent Sunday at the Roy Godden home in Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Olson and Roy Godden are eis- ter and brother. .; Mi-..and Mrs. --W. E. Stahl,,. who spe.nt the'winter in Chicago with their daughter, Mrs. Sfd • :Barteaii; returned to their home here last Thursday. Mrs." • Lillian, Sheldpn w and , her jousln, Ben Sheldon; returned laet week Tuesday from Condee, S. D., where they visited relatives several weeks. ' Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pannkuk accompanied Mr. Pannkuk'e parents :o Brlcelyn, Minn., Sunday, where they visited a brother of Everett. The Victor Lowe family, Algona, Mrs. Rachel Lowe, Bancroft, and Ben Sheldon were Sunday gueets at the Mrs. Lillian Sheldon home. Lottie Hawcott and Katherlne Manus visited from .Wednesday to Thursday at-the Grover Reed home near Whittemore. Evelyn Toothman, who works in the Algona telephone office, siwmt the week-end .with her parents, the E. M. Toothmans. The P. A. Looft family vlelted at Wrist Injured In Fall- Raymond Lavrenz had fal! Saturday in which one of the bones of his wrist was thrown out of joint New.Mayor Takes Office— The new mayor, C. H. Blossom and the councilman were sworn-into office last Monday noon, April 4, Fifty Attend Legion Benefit- About 50 attended the benefit bridge' party given by the Legion last Friday evening. . Dance Planned for Tonight- There wiir be a dance in the American Legion hall Thursday April 7, Other Bart News. Mr. and Mrs. WUHam Dehnert,, of Algona, were dinner guests Sunday at .the M, L. Vlhaas home. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Gangstead and Mr and Mrs. Thompson, Bode, were also Sunday gueets' at the Vinaas home. Mr. Ganggtead" and Mr Vinaas are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Baldwin, pi Mason City, spent the week-end at the S. J. Esarey home. Mrs. BaUU win and Mrs. Esarey are sisters The Baldwins also visited at the Doan Fred Pooch drove to Minneapolis last week Monday, and returned Thursdayj bringing Mrs. Pooch, who had been caring for-her sick mother there. Mrs. Wavel Moyer, Burt, and two children spent last week with the Raymond <Moyers. Mrs. Melvln Olson went to Brltt a few days ago to care for 'her mother, Mrs. M. E. Hoover, who Is troubled with High blood pressure. Mr. and Mrs. Henry'C. Nelson attended a recent senior play at the academy, Algona, In which their daughter Marcella took part. Agnes Nelson and Margaret Molloy, who spent the week-end at Nelson's and with Esther Neuroth, also attended. Mrs. William Martinek has been sick with sinus trouble at her home, nnd Mary Ann Venteicher -Is doing the housework, for the patient. A nurse is caring The Harry Seeleys, Irvlngton, and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cairy, Waterloo, were at Melvin Olson's last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Charles Barrlckman, Algona, and her new daughter Ann -spent last week Wednesday with the parental .H. C.. Nelsons.. Her little son Warren, who.had spent several days with' his grandparents, went home with her. Most Doan people attended the Phil Bufflngton funeral at the Titonka Methodist church, as did also relative* from Story county. the Charles Movers, near Burt, spent Sunday at Rayhiond Moyer.'s. •Mrs. John Caughlln, Algona, has been with her daughter 'Mrs. Andrew Han'seh, who has been sick with Intestinal flu. Mr. and Mrs. Van Hansen, Darlene and Duane, and Dean Andrews were etertained at 600 at Loyal Young's Saturday evening. SIDEROADS IMPROVE UNDER WARM SUN, DRYING WIND The condition of sideroads in Kos- sutli improved greatly last week-| end, thanks to warm, sunny weather and drying winds. Many of the mudholes o£ recent weeks were dried up. An embargo limiting combined truck and load weight to three tons on all graveled roads prevented great damage. In many places frosts left mudholes which stopped traffic. Renewed rains early .In the week threatened another period of bad roads. FARM BUREAU TO FURNISH FRUIT TREE SPRAY SERVICE The county Farm Bureau has made arrangements > with the agricultural extension service, Ames, whereby County Agent Morrison •will-be able to notify;anyone of the proper time to spray fruit trees and bushes throughout the season.' Any one desiring this service may notify the office at Algona by April 15. NOTICE OF HEARING ON ESTABLISHMENT OF PROPOSED » SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 1»5 Notice Is hereby given that there has been filed in the office of the County Auditor of Kosauth county, a petition for the establishment of a district for surfacing the following described secondary road: Beginning at the southwest corner of Section 30-94-29 and running east three and-one-half (3%) 'miles to'the ioutheasb corner of the southwest quarter of 27-94-29. Also beginning at the southwest corner of Section 32-94-29 and running north one mile to the northwest corner of eald Section 32. Said road to be surfaced with gravel. Said district to Include the following described real estate: Owner— . . ... Simori, 'Peter, 'John, Mike, William, " George, Wandel, and Margaret . -Klsph,, Katherlne Ktsoh^Kol- ' ' .Description Sec.' the Aagp Hansen home in Algona Sunday. Mrs. T-.ooft and Mrs. Hansen are cousins. •Mr. and Mrs. Paul Manor, Lake Park, spent the week-end with Mrs. •Manor's mother, , Mrs. Bertha Schwietert. Phoebe Morgan, Sheldon school teacher, came Friday for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. L. Dittmer. The Squaire Hudsons moved back into their home have here after spending the winter with their children. The ..R.V : 'E.-' Ladendopffs "' and Fielden Perrys, Algona, visited Sun-* day at the ,W. A. Ladendorff home, ; Leo,!Stevens'. and' Neva OJspn, - Sexton,' we're -Sunday ••evening'?• supper gueets at the L. H. Stevens home. Mrs. Niel NIelson, Spencer, was a week-end visitor at the home of-her parents, the % James' Armstrongs. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Annie Hawcott home. Mns.x H. S. Van Vrankin entertained the Birthday Circle at her home last Thursday afternoon/ ILura Sewick, Harris teacher spent the week-end with her parents, the H. G. A. -Sewicka. The William Larsons, .Britt, t Visited Sunday at the Wilfred Chafee and C. L.'Holding homes. Airs. Flossie Shipler and Tom El- llfson spent Sunday with friends Thontpson. Russell Chipman went to Ames last Thursday to work for a nursery company. . Sarah Neeling, Algona, was" a week-end v(pitor at the R, S, John home. ' • Supt. and Mrs. Donald Weir visited relatives at Esthervllle • Saturday. ' -. BURT YOUTH'S HIP THROWN OUT OF JOINT IN FALL Burt, April 5—Mrs. EUia Jain took -her son Ralph to'Mowa City last week, and it was found that one hip was out of Joint. The boy had had trouble with the leg for a long time, but It was thought he ha« rheumatism. Mrs, Jain is expected back this week, but he will have to stay there several weeks. Mrs. Anna Ambrose, who had been keeping house at Jain's, (ell Friday and broke a rib, ' ' Spring Is Here Paint Up •Play BaU WE S?!LL THU FAKOtlS UIJ PONT PAINTS We have another paint at 10c a'can, All colors, OUR BASEBALL SUPPLIES Include everything in the baseb.aU Jine. See us for the best to be had. <BMP T|d?^Bi^ff^^^^^ W^^^^^™ ^* ™ W!^^^ For the boys »ri<| girls, Kohlhaa* Hardware ger and J. B. Mertz, E% ' Nick, Matt and Justine Mertz and Mary Flemming, SW% 36 Des Moines Joint Stock Land Bank, SE% Iharles B. Plathe, SW% '. :_. —. 30 ._-" 30 29 Peter Kirsch, W% SE% il~~29 Puhrmann, E% SE% . 29 Union_Savings Bank & Trust Co., N% SW%; W% SW% 28 John Prideres, S 1 , NW% SE%; SW% E% 2S Lucy Wagner, NE% SEU _____________________________ 28 SW»4 __________ • ___________ 27 ____________ •_• ______ __ ______ 27 31 Anna Mary Wiltgens, John Puhrmann, E%. Nick Prideres', NW'% First National Bank of Bode, NVx SE% ex. sch.; NEH-31 Geo. H. Irmiter, S%. SE>4 31 Matt Kirsch, NW% ' '___32 Peter Kirsch, N% SW%; Geo. H. Irmiter, S% SW% .. Nick Puhrmann, NE% NE»4 Peter Reding, SE% NE% Henry Fuhrmann, NW% John Prideres, NE% • 32 32 33 33 33 33 Twp. 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 Rng. 30 30 29 ,29 29 29 29 Matt Faber, SWH NE% Anna Mary Wiltgens, NE% NE% Nick Thilges, SE% NE% ,• . ,33 Louis Fuhrmann, NW% ex. ech. 34 Said petition will come on for hearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office in the.Court House in Algona, Iowa, at 2:00 o'clock p. m. on the 21st day of April, 1932, at which time all persons interested therein may appear and be heard in the matter. . Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 25th day of March, 1932. ..... i BERTHA E. JOHNSON, . County-Auditor.. 30-81 - The people of Kossuth and adjoining counties have shown us that they do appreciate real Furniture and floor covering values. Last Saturday our store was filled many times-with folks who enjoy seeing the latest styles in our new .spring arrivals, and we are grateful to our many patrons for the wonderful business we enjoyed that ...day, " .•',..' •;. . '_. .' •_ • . • s :• We are putting forth every effort on our part to make this store a place of interest, showing new " goods in a new way each week. A store where the common people can find the arti- i cle they want and at the price they want to pay. Here are some exceptional values for this week-end: Chipped edge Venetian living room mirror, a regular $1.50 seller, . Friday and Saturday only 98c The biggest ironing board value ever offered Friday and Saturday only * HouseCleaniag ! i bottle Golden Star Furniture polish fjr$e with eacft dust mop. . Armstrong felt base floor covering, 9-ft. wide: Good pattern. ,. Friday and Saturday .only 9q. Yd. No laying Choice $1.50 Silk pillow free with evr ery 9x12 ATmstrong or Standard rug. We have a. number of good used ice refrigerators taken in on the Norge Electric, priced right. Buy one while the assortment is good. ,^w^^^W ^p^^^p ^PS ^^W^^P^P^^ ^!^ ^^^^™ T ^JF ~ ' iwwiuiu# wuwwiunji"*"'«" ••^"-r-'^T- 5 ':. "rpz^^r^; 1 ** ? f)^f? 7T~ 4 "Mp'v^w^ •"<>', ' "*'i J " • 'i ^^ v "-'-'^^ i< -'V-'"/^ T "^*h^i''J& i * : '' 1 '^ S N k Special low prices! EIGHT O'CLOCK ^S^ 3 "37* DBft fttift t WCH ond . A||* KBW VIK VLB fUU-«ODiED a u> 49 BOKAR YIOOROUSahdWINCV , I*. 29* Pactaf In rhi b«an,preunrf fr«n In Ht» ifora. lotow o»io pocftarf "if«el-euf." :BOKAN DEL MONTE COFFEE j j i MILLS BROS. COFFEE j i i FOLGER'S COFFEE ', > , i M.J.B. COFFEE . . j i i MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Ib. 29e Ib. 89c Ib. 39c Ib. 39c Ib. 35c CHASE & SANBORN*S COFFEE; Ib. 35c — and other food values I SANTA CLAIM PRUNES SS. . 4-25« Apiicbrs . . 2-25* Prunes, medium size, Ib. __1__I 6c Raisins, Seedless, 4 Ib. pkg 35c Apples, Winesaps, 6 Ibs. for ___! __„ 25c POTATOES U. S. No. 1 Red River Early Ohio for seed, 100 Ib. bag _„_ 41.79 sum SUDS 2 THE GREAT ATLANTIC « PACIFIC TEA CO. • Middle Western Division CENTURY W Model D FLOATING FLAME N OW Cantyry brings you an outstanding new oil burnar, thoroughly low cott. MiJ.l' D wHh FLOATINft FLAME . . . tho «nart*andI fullait da- ivalopmant of tha Contury principle of ^rniftg'tKitrchaapar, gradat of oil with- ioutw*rt« . .'i.Vwitho^moka . . . without noito. It actually* cost* you Uu to •parato than you ara now paying for , coal, and H it pricad.bwar than avarl Designed after tW modem feeble*. fully automatic, tt May be quickly eed easily Installed. ..... 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