Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1932 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1932
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Pfvp* tjrs'> ; ; .ig itP-I: •i» "BM- * f 1,-KWH *.V1 »., 1 t t? « 1 •• ,("•». »«•> «5» S} lijitf'if-' ^v,.;^-»/ „<•, -w >: £ , „ , , ^^^^^^^^^HH^H 1 . J .a.yjM.*^^ > > GAMBLE STORES Model 450 For This New Coronado Electric Refrigerator Here's the most unusual value you ever heard of— 25c per day—or about the cost of ice—brings clean, dependable, electric refrigeration to your kitchen: Model 450—shown above, on this basis will pay for itself in 14 months. All steel box—automatic off and on switch—8 different freezing points—noiseless operating. Balsam Wool Insulation. Shelf area—7 feet. 4.35 cubic feet, gross content. A small down payment installs it to your kitchen. Cash Price GAMBLE STORES The Friendly Store 103 We3t state street SPRING? YES/ SURE, we have "GLOBE" chick feeds and codliver oil Ferry's and Northrup-King's flower and garden seeds are on display. Our onion sets and Bermuda onion plants are very nice. Our windows are full of fine grapefruit and fresh pineapples, red ripe tomatoes, cucumbers, green pep- pere-^A.ND SOME HOME GROWN radishes and green .onions — now and then. Red River Early Ohio and Cobbler seed potatoes are here. WE BUY AND SELL THE BEST Please remember our "PURE QUILL" coffee will be sold again this week — • 3 pounds for 99c ' and "Mindora 1 ? and "Golden Fancy" 3 pounds for 93c They are 85c and 40c quality. •"" i SHOP AT . AKRE'S OR PHONE 290-291 FOUR DAILY FEEE DELIVERIES ODE LAMP Remember how Aladdin rubbed his lamp and wished for new things? It's almost as easy to make old things new with King Lyk-A-Lak Enamel. Lyk-A-Lak dries quickly and produces a beautiful, colorful and glossy finishonFurniture, Floors and •.Woodwork — exterior and interior. It's good for Automobiles, too. Twenty-six colors . from which to choose. FREE TRIAL CAN Next week we will offer a full size 2 5c can of Lyk-A-Lak without charge. We want you to try it. Watch this paper. A. H. Borchardt Algona, Iowa Play Two Nights Titonka, Apr. 12—The H. S. senior play, Adam and Eva, will be presented this week Thursday and Friday night at the H. S. auditorium. The cast of characters follows: James King, rich, Clifford Krantzi Corlnthla, maid, Edith Reynolds; Clinton DeWitt, King's son-in-law, Harley (Larson; Julie, Clinton's Wife .and King's elder daughter, Doris Stott; Eva -King, younger daughter, Irene Callles; Aunt Kind's sister-in-law, Abby Rocker, Loraine Peterson; Dr. Jack Delameter, neighbor, Woodrow Peterson; Horace Pilgrim, uncle, Howard Carlson: Adam Smith, business manager, Raymond Heifner; Lord Andrew Gordon, would be son-in-law, Edward Boyken. P. T, A. Meets Monday Night— At a P. T. A. meeting at the high school, auditorium 'Monday evening a program was given: call to order, president; group singing led by Lucille Miller; business meeting and election of officers; music, school orchestra; excerpts from an address by J. H. Beverldge -superintendent Omaha schools, Nellie Nelson, delegate's report, Mrs. Lenore Schram; humorous reading, Donald Callles; music, orchestra. Attend RoM. Hamilton Fnnernl— Dr. R. C. Ball and John Pink attended funeral services for Robert Hamilton, Lakota, last week Tuesday. The funeral, which drew a large attendance, was conducted under the auspices of the Masons. The parents of Mr. Pink and the parents of Mr. Hamilton were neighbors in Ireland. New Plan tor Llflit BlHs— The Interstate Power company has inaugurated a change in mailing bills to consumers. Formerly they were sent out nearly a month after the meters were read; now the consumers receive bills within a week. This month, .because of the change, consumers received bills for both March and April. Grandma Godferson Is 84— Grandma Godferson celebrated her 84th birthday April 6, and she was happily surprised when friends dropped in for the evening. She'has been bedfast and comparatively helpless ten years as the result of a stroke. Her daughter, Lena God- ferson, cares for her. West Union Preacher Coming- English services will be conducted at the Lutheran church next Sunday morning by the Rev. Mr. Lutz, West Union, substituting for the Rev. Mr. Schoenlein, pastor. A collection for the Minnesota district will be taken. To Take Medical Treatment— Mr. and Mrs. Antone Pannkuk will leave this week Tuesday for Savannah, Mo.,, where (Mrs. Pannkuk will receive medical treatment. They will travel by auto, and Mr. Pannkuk will return this week-end. Federation Meet Is Planned— (Mrs. H. A. French and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe were at Burt last week Wednesday to meet with Fenton, Lu Verne, and Burt club women and lay plans for a county federation meeting here early in May. Bad Roads Cancel Dance—An orchestra which was to have played at the coliseum Friday evening failed to appear no doubt because of bad roads. pastor at Rowan, formerly of Tl* tonka, and his wife and children were here 'Friday and- Saturday, looking after their bees. Mr. Gartner has a. large number of hives and his bees gather honey by the .ton every summer. Rowan Is a town of 300 Inhabitants In eastern Wright county, northwest of Iowa Falls. The high school ball team played Woden Friday on the tetter's diamond, and won. Among local students who attended were Lois Heifner, Herman' Rlggert, Donald and Lucille Cosgrove, Irene Callles, and Mrs. Callles, teacher. Mrs. M. S. Craven entertained at a bridge luncheon last week Tuesday. The high score winners were Viola Pendergast, and Mrs. DUn- mire; Mrs. Virgil Pendergaat, low. The Harold Jones and W. A. Stou- Mr. and atfci.,L. B.JU«on,' < Clartfcn,. spent ' Sunday afternoon hert- <-'•-,• ;< ' The Relnder Krorolngas, of fJurt, sjtent Sunday at Vincent Helfner'a, south ot town. • . The Edward Zwetfels drove to Thompson Sunday to Visit the Ole Mlchaelsens. . " Melvln Pendergast, who had been employed at Ellsworth, WJs., came* home Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. 3. F. de Vrlea, Prlm- ghar, parents of Stephen de • Vrles; were at the tetter's home Friday. Milton Pendergast, Arthur Jay Budlong, and Doyle Craven attended a Burt movie Sunday evening. A. B.Schenck, Algona,- called Friday on his brother Horace, second man at the local creamery. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong were at Mason City Friday. Helen Falk h'as been absent from school because of the flu. ., 2ffi3^ lttu »»*• Owner— Chris J. Miller, OweitandM. . SEK NWH SWM; SV4 Leo J. Miller, NW* SB%; NEVi SW% James E. McEnroe, ^^K ------James E. McEnroe. NBV4J NBK SEV4 Mark & Josephine Stanton, SBVi SB % - flu DeMaude Lathrop & M.. P. Weaver, W% SB*, EVi 35 35 .35 9« 9« 9« 96 98 96 Rni. II it is ii it IS 28 II 28 tep«twl« ors at their office In the Court House In Algona, Iowa, at 2:00 o'clock * m on Se 2?etday of April, 1932, at which time (all person* Interested therein may appear and be heard Irr the matter. _ Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 25th day «•*•*$»* JOHNSON( 30-31 ' Ledyard Nine Loses First Game to Fenton •Ledyard, Apr. 12—The high school boys opened the baseball season last week by losing one game and-winning another. Last week Wednesday they played at Fenton and lost, 24-0. Friday the Burt team played here, and 'Ledyard won, 5-3. The local team this year is somewhat weakened by the loss of Ostermann, Warner, Greene, and Herzog. This year's lineup for the -present is: Zieteke, pitcher; Miller, catcher; Lloyd, first base; -Long, . second base; Thompson, third base; Kllnk- siek, shortstop; Nltz, right field; Halvorson, center field; Nelson, left field. "Subs" are Smith, Logan, and Brandt. Roads Bad; Schools Closed— The schools closed last week Tuesday for the rest of the week because of bad roads which the busses could not navigate. Most of the teachers left town: Miss Jones, to Brooklyn; Miss Randall, to Mason City; Miss Granner, to Cedar Falls; Miss Wylam, to Hawkeye; Miss Nolan, to Guthrie Center; Miss Stranahan, to Fayette; and -Mr. Granner, to Renwick. Men's'Banquet Is Planned— A Methodist Aid meeting at Mrs. N. A. Pingel's last Thursday was well attended. Plans were laid to serve a banquet at a Methodist Brotherhood Monday night. meeting here next Curtis Swifts to Algona— The Curtis Swifts moved to a farm near Algona last week Wednesday. Mr. Swift has secured work there. Orchestra to Enter Contest— The high school orchestra goes to Mason City this week Friday to compete in a district music contest. at C. I. Mansmith's, Burt. . Mrs. Mary Green, Blue Earth, Visited friends here last week. ., William 'Flynn's father, of' Buffalo Center, spent last week. here. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. 'Frank •were at Fairmont Saturday. Jule Seifert has been sick. • '.-•• 263 SCHOOLCHILDREN , EXAMINED AT WESLEY Wesley, Apr. 12—In line with com-, munlty service and child welfare, part of the year's program, the local Legion Auxiliary recently voted • to sponsor examinations of Wesley school children by Antoinette Bonnstetter, school nurse at Algona and Humboldt. Miss Bonnstetter was •here last week Wednesday, Thursday, and 'Friday, and examined 263 pupils in the public and parochial schools. An inspection card was left at each school. In some cases she gave cards to individual pupils, recommending doctor's or dentist's care. 'It is expected that parents will cooperate. She gave talks at both schools, stresing the fact that defects should be corrected in youth. Previously the Auxiliary had helped non-resident veterans and their families, and it is now planned to return to the 0cal community some of the benefits received. Roy Minos Have 2iew Son— Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy last week Wednesday, a boy. Mino Other Ledyard News. Mr. Otley, accompanied by Glen Town Treasury Is "Flush"— At the close of the fiscal year, March 31, the Titonka treasury had a cash balance of $1,442.83. Other Titonka News. William Xarson, Oscar Miller, Claire Heifner, Chester Thomas, and the J. F. Fishers drove to Garner to attend a reception for Representative S. D. Whiting, Odd Fellows' grandmaster who was recently at Algona. Mr. Whiting, 'who is a lawyer, is one of three democratic candidates for congress in his southeastern Iowa district. He is com- uleting his third term in the legislature. An autoload of Titonkians heard him at an Emmet county council last week Tuesday night. The Woman's club met last Thursday evening, Mna. Homer Downs, hostess. The lesson •was on bird sanctuaries and refuges, led by Mrs. Pierre Sartor. A paper on arbor day was read by Mrs. Inez. Wolfe, and roll call was on mispronounced and unfamiliar words. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Henry Bruns, 'Mrs. M, S. Craven, leaders; roll call to be on Iowa history. The Rev. L. G. Gartner, Methodist Springfield, 111., where Mr. Otley had work and Mr. Tahnke expected to get work. Mrs. L. C. Strand's sister, Maxine ETargreaves, Algona, spent last week here, going home Sunday with her parents. , Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett spent Saturday and Sunday at the latter's parental C. A. Raney home at Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brandt returned Saturday from two ; weeks with the latter's parents at Cushing, Minn. Janice Williams, English teacher at Van (Meter, spent the week-end at L. W. Wiemer'e. The 'Mesdames Wiemer and Till- money were^at Elmore last Thursday afternoon. Mr. Rice, of Lone Rock, was here Saturday, working on the telephone lines and the switchboard. The Ralph Johnsons, Granada, Minn., visited relatives here Saturday. The R. J. Womacks were Sunday guests at August Peterson's, Swea City. The Methodist W. F. M. S. meets this week Friday with Mrs. Howard Mayne. Mrs. Joe. LEGIONNAIRES FROM SEVEN TOWNS TO MEET AT TITONKA Titonka, Apr. 12—There will be a joint meeting'of Algona, Burt, Bancroft, Lone Rock, Fenton", • Swea City, and Wesley Legionnaires and Auxiliary members at the Legion hall here this week Wednesday at 8 p. m. A registration fee of 25c will cover the evening's entertainment. County Commander Lease and John Hutchison, adjutant, both of Wesley, will have charge of the program. W. Earl Hall, Mason City, lobe-Gazette managing editor, and ilstrict Commander Higley, of Emmetsburg, will speak. 'Mrs. L. M. Merritt, president of the Algona unit, will have charge of musical numbers. District Meet Planned. Burt, Apr. 12—An all-day Algona district Woman's Home Missionary society convention will be 'held • at the Methodist church here next week Wednesday. Dinner will be served by the local society. In the evening there will be a banuqet for Queen Esthers, eerved by the local Aid. Ralph Jain Broight Home— Brookhart Papers Out. Wesley, Apr. 12—Mrs. Ben Hopkins • was appointed solicitor f or, the re-nomination of Sen. Smith W. Brookhart, and (Monday morning had her petition full of manes. Jenks, Bancroft, and Mrs. Holly, Fort Dodge, visited their father,, Oliver Marquis, Frday. The Sewing Circle met Monday night with Mrs. Edward Knoner. The Fred Dorseys spent Sunday Bancroft Barney Wessele is visiting his son John and daughter, Mrs. William Rustemier, at Eagle Grove. Linue Putz, Edgewood, spent Sunday with his wife, Mrs. Marlon Putz, local hlgrh school principal. The John .Kennedys, Hutchinson Minn., are here, visiting relatives Mrs. Kennedy was Veronica Murray Lee Conlon, Fort Dodge, Is visiting his brother Adelbert. FRIGIDAIRE Prices materially reduced on all household models. You can now have the known value and proved performance of this famous electric refrigerator for as little as Four Cubic Foot Moraine Model For Clean Rag$-5c Ib. BJUSTROM'S 21S Phone 577 NOTICE OF HEARING ON ESTABLISHMENT 01'PROPOSED SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 198 . , • Notice to hereby-given that there has been filed in th* office ofJhe ounty Auditor of Koseuth. county, a petition for the establishment of a strict for surfacing the following described secondary road: _ . Beginning at the corner of the public highway near school bourn.No. Union township, near the SW corner of the NW* of Section 24-96-29 nd running south on the Section line approximately two (2) miles, thence urnlng and. running In a wnrth-wwterly direction to Primary Road No. 69. Said road to lie surfaced with gravel. Said district to include the following described real estate: PI®SJ , it Algona ' B. Quarton „ Law Of(| ce .. Phone*! Office 427, eS * Phone»: 8. B. McM., 403. ' Description Twp. 96 96 96 96 96 Sec iyron Schenck, S 102 A. SEU ; 23 rank Thompson, S 102 A. SWVi 24 . H. Wadsworth, N% NW% — 2 » . W. Will, S% NWitf — zs icolas J. Krieps, SWVi T 25 orma Bailey, W% NE%; tfWVi SEVi .-—28 yrus D. Ward, EV4 NEVi; K% SEVi; SWVi SEV 4 26 E. and Mame A. Hpflus, NEVi; N% SEVi 35 nton and Oscar Anderson, S% SEVi W. of River——35 ertrude Harrison, WV6,NWy 4 ; W% SWVi W. ,of Rlv.,36 icolas J. Krieps, Lot 1 36 ertrude Harrison, Lot* 1 and 2; E% SWVi N. of Rlv.-36 Said petition will come on for hearing before the Board of Supervisors t their office In-the Court House in Algona, Iowa, at 2:00 o'clock p. m. the 21st day of April, 1932, at. which-time all :perapns'.interested,thereln lay appear and be heard In the matter. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 25th day of March, 1932. BERTHA B. JOHNSON, i ' County Auditor. 96 96 96 96 96 96 Rng. 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 • 29 29 29 29 29 NOTICE OF HEARING ON ESTABLISHMENT OF PROPOSED SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 195 Notice is hereby given that there has been filed in the office of the ounty Auditor of Kossuth county, a petition for the establishment of a Istrict for surfacing the following described eecondary.road: Beginning at the southwest corner of Section 30-94-29 and running ast three and one-half (3%) miles to the southeast corner of the south- est quarter of 27-94-29. Also beginning at the southwest corner of See- on 32-94-29 and running north v one mile to the northwest corner of said ection 32. Said road to be surfaced with gravel. * Said, district to include the following described real estate: >wner— Description Sec. Twp. eter Mertz, B% SEVi 25 94 imon, Peter, John, Mike, William, George, Wandel, and Margaret Kisch, Katherine Kisch Kollasch, Justine Kisch Denninger and J. B. Mertz, EVi NEVi 36 Ick, Matt and Justine Mertz and Mary Plemming, SWVi — 30 >es Moinee Joint Stock Land Bank, SEVi 30 harles B. Plathe, SWVi 29 eter Kirsch, W% SEVi _; — 29 'ick Fuhrmann, E% SEVi : 29 nlon Savings Bank & Trust Co., N% SWVi ; W% SWVi SW% „ 28 ohn Frideres, S% SEVi; NWV4 SEVi; SEVi SWVi EVi SWVi . 28 Lucy Wagner, NEVi SEVi - 28 Mary Wiltgens, WV& SWVi 27 ohn Fuhrmann, EVi SWVi • 27 [ick Frideres, NWVi - - 31 'irst National Bank of Bode, NV4 SEVi ex. sch.; NEVi-31 eo. H. Irmiter, S% SEVi , : . 31 latt Kirsch, NWVi - — - 32 'eter Kirsch, N% SWVi; W% NEVi 32 eo.'H. Irmiter, S% SWVi 32 S'ick Fuhrmann, NE% NEVi 32 'eter Reding, SEVi NEVi v 32 Henry Fuhrmann, NWVi 33. ohn Frideres, NWV4 NEVi - 33 latt Faber, SWVi NEVi - —Has Vnna Mary Wiltgens, 'NEVi NE% . Is3 S'ick Thllges, SE% NEVi - 33 xiuia Fuhrmann, NWVi ex. sch. „„ . 34 Said petition will come on forbearing before the Board of Supervisors t their .office In the Court House in Algona, Iowa, at 2:00 o'clock p. m, n the 21st day of April, 1932, at which time all persons interested therein may appear and be heard in the matter. •• : Dated at^Algona, Iovfa,',this25th,day;,of March. 1932.. BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. 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 0-31 House Cleaning? New Paint and Varnish Products are Here to Help You .... Floors walls and woodwork need attention. Protect them from wear and tear-beautify them. We have a special product for every purpose. They save work old'nomes m ° ney f ° r y ° U ' ™* make ^wUerioJs for* NEW FLOORS FOR YOUR OLD ONES Our floor varnish makes your floors new over nieht Dries m a few hours. Easy to apply, and to XSute' ly waterproof. Unequalled for durability^YoSfoe surprised to learn how little it takes to do the fob WORK.SAVING FLOOR VARNISH We have a most complete stock of DeYoePaints and Brushes. A, paint for every need. Botsford Lumber Co. V I"**- -n f\ S\T -~ — JIM POOL, Manager PHONE 256 Algol..; low. Are you one of the Advance's 3,000 SatUfied T. P. Harrington t , Att ' • Phonea; - Office Phone 213-W. ^ O.,D. Shumway f- A. Atttornoy.ii Office ir , ' Phone 180 Attorney.at.i aw Office over Iowa State Phone 206. e DOCTORS WWEFICK . , Phy»l«l«ns and Office over Rexall C. H. ^Physician and u Office in John GalbnJS ^Phones: Office. 3!0; on South Dodge Phones: Office, 666; res" Algona, Iowa WALTER -„._ _„, Physician and Surgeon* Office in Quinby Bldg., r Phone No. 12 2Fi EL i Y . IN G> ""ujtsi'i Physician and Surgeu'J Office in Postoffice Block'! Phones: Office, 197; ' DR. W. D. ANDREW! Oiteopathlc Physician and" Eye, Ear, Nose, and Thro X-ray Office over Hub Recreation m Phones:. Office, 1ST; reslden«| B. A. EVANS, Jt. D. Obstretlcs and Elcctrolheaviz: Diathermy and Ultra VUMl Over Borchardt Drug Stonf Phones: Residence 312, ofllcel Algona, Iowa. • DENTISTS DB. H. M. OISOX Dentist. Gas and novocaine used lot I traction. Located over Chrlstensen L Phones: Business 166, resldeictl Algona, Iowa VETEBINABY L. W. FOX Veterinarian West State Street, AlgoiM Phone*; Office. 475-W.; reM BUILDING CONTRAC COWAN * SON i General Contractors Estimates Fun Phone*: . Business, 639-J; -a MACHINISTS KOKTOV MACHINE HOI Machinists and Welden Service Stock on . Piston Rings, Pins, and of Courthouse PRODUCE SWIFT * COMPA»r CMh Buyer* PoBltrjr, Enrs, •B*HHH ••"•'. Matt Lamuth, Mgr. PKone 264. ===== INSURANCE K088UTH COUNT* -- IN8UBANCE ASSOCUT OW 116,000.000 worth of U. In force. A home compawj Moure.. J. O. Paxsoiy r THE ALGONA INSDi AGENCY 0. ». La B>rre Al Fi Reliable Insurance SerfWJ Phone 65 dty Property Loan* Farm Insurance. Hen 4 tQT W. State St. MB K«w and used AutoJWl Tires and Acce Htdes, Fur and Alf ona, low* H. W. POS STORABEWli Lo»g Distance Hau ' Bvery load against loss and age of all kinds, pi4 to do all . b§u,Ung and drajj*, • J Cordea, v WWUena,ore, and Albert I

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