Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1932 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1932
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u: «>' appetizing and oth- to 15 can. fl. J. VAlffcE JH-tee n. P.T.A, REELECTS ALL OLDJKFICERS Fenton, Apr. 12—The Parent- Teacher association hold the last meeting of the school year In the high school auditorium last week Wednesday night. W. B. Stoeber vice president, took charge of the meeting. . The Fenton band made Its first public appearance and gave several selections under their director, Edw. Thaves, of Burt. Dr. B. W. Ruske gave a talk on prevention of dental decays, and Dr. S. W. Meyer a talk on common colds. The regular business meeting followed the program. The 1931-32 officers: KOS8UTH GCWNTt ADVANCE. ALGONA. 1QWA W. J. Payne, Editor. diaries Klnmp, Field Reporter. who In a daughter of the O. A.' a boar that took the grand cham- •-•-••••- ^ •- ••• pionshlp of Iowa In 1924-26*27 and also won two world grand championships. The^ow purchased by the Rustemeiers was bred to Orien Cherry King. Tom Trenary, operating a Portland farm on a 50-50 live-stock lease --».»j vu 1.1 • u j~* u Lia.117 £>usy otjcr^ *i*n club a week ago Saturday afternoon at the Dr. n. C. Ball home. Seventeen girls met for an organization meeting, and officers were elected: president, Myrtle Ama; vl,:e president, Bvon Winter; secretary-treasurer, Alice Sartor; historian, Viola Rlke; recorder, Lorraine Peterson. Program books, music memory bulletins, and other supplies for the club year were distributed. MuHel Body, H. D. A., gave the first lesson material to the girls. The aim of tv±Lr^£~~= SMr fch tssjr-ss room. A girls room may be made president, O. .T. president, W. E thllda Kressln, were re-elected. "ONEY |OR TAXES .. worthy pnrpow, yon can •ecnre $300 OR LESS SlTUBE, LIVESTOCK or AUTOMOBILE , gnwH .''uniform" monthly payment* See ••:•/.•••• LACY Alffona day of school, May 13. bunch served in the basement. Slephenson, vice Stoeber, and Ma- secretary - treasu rer, Plans were made Busy Bees Elect. |day, April 4 for an all-day niestlng Barbara Ball, Tltonka, was host- on block printing. Applied design — to the Buffalo Busy Bees 4-H will be studied next week Wednes- 1 day, when leaders will meet with Mrs. Jack Devlne, Achievement day •plans will also be laid. It is planned to have a general meeting in April, and committees were appointed. In attendance were Mrs. R. Fitch, Mrs James Reding, Mrs. William Reding Mrs. John Frideres, Mrs. C. R. Schoby, Alvlna Reding, Mrs. J. M. Patterson, Mrs. Chas. Becker, and Alice Society X nines Two Delegates— The Methodist W. F. M. 8. met more attractive, more more convenient by study without much useful, and and , 'Pictures In the 1932 picture mem- *...<; ui^iiiuuiai. »v. r. m. .T. met Ticiuves in tne luaz picture mein- at the church last Thursday after-: ory contest were studied. The club noon with Sirs. Philip Welsbrod and will meet with Alice Sartor next Mrs. J. T. Snyder hostesses. Devo- Saturday, when programs will be tionalfi were led by Mrs. G. W.' completed and the second lesson Newel. Mrs. Wilbert Huldorf led studied, the study lesson, Light Among the Mountains, assisted by readings by •Mesdames J. F. Newel, Hattie Wels- brod, E. A. Stephenson; Welsbrod, and O. ,1. vocal eolo, Margaret , Stephenson, Maxlne Welsbrod at piano; report of stewardship secretary, Mrs. Huldorf. Mrs. Walter Wlddc] and Mrs. J. F. Newel were appointed delegates to attend the Algona district*' convention at (Belmond April 26 and 27. for FEDERAL FIJTANCB CO. De« Molner Stamlard Bearers Enjoy Flay— The Standard Bearers met with U\y Rasmuseen at the B. A. Weisbrod home last week Monday night. Devotlonals were led by Margaret ye Dandruff! Girls at the April 2 meeting were Viola Rlke, Leota Oesterreicher, Mildred Krantz, Betty Budlong, kor- aine Peterson, Evon Winter, Kathryn Schram, Lorraine Lamoreaux, Evelyn Schultz, Lois Boyken, Myrtle Ama, Alice J. Sartor, Phydelis Peterson, Hazel E. Miller, Feme Krantz, and Edith 'Mae Uudlong. Applied Design Studied. Applied design, which Is lesson No. 5, was studied by project .leaders in Greenwood and Ramsey townships at an all-day meeting last week Tuesday, in the home economics room at the Bancroft public 'schoolhouse., Pictures Illustrating Reding. FAKM. NEWS AND COMMENT. We were at 'Bert Patterson's southwest of Lakota, Friday. Thi Pattersons moved there from UT Armstrong neighborhood thi spring. Last week Tuesday the O. F. Lal- llers were cooking maple syrup, and Mr. Lallier gave us a taste. The Lal- llers live two miles south of St. Benedict. At J. H. Furst's Friday we had a good visit. The family 'lives two miles north of Lakota, and Mr. Furst Is a brother of Henry Furst, barber at Algona. We called on the Rev. David Lang, Lu Verne, 'last week Monday, and' had a pleasant visit. The Langs have three boys, one in college, the other two at home. At Samuel Winter's Friday they „..„ —„ were starting to disc the fields, but a story from the operator, William It was rather wet yet and it took Schauberger. Mr. Schauberger's MJV VUllUJlcilti ' » Cl C 1CU Ijy '.Ylttl fcttl CL j 'HUHVUliivuov., J. *u LU 1 c«? "t wn n **n» tft Stephenson, who gave selections of: the five principles of design, propoJ-- juini-eil miinln. 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Nettie Welsbrod had charge of the study lesson, He Holds i Us Responsible, and was assisted •by readings by Dona Jean Bailey i and Ardls Voight. Four one-act scenes portraying the life of a Chinese girl were given by Ruth Glaus, Beatrice Kramer, Ardis Voight and Dona Jean Bailey. Bunco was played following the program and refreshments were served. Two Quilting Parties Given— •Mrs. H. E. Relmers entertained last Thursday afternoon at a quilting party. Attending were Mesdames W. C. Stamer, W. V. Yager, F. H. Bohn, E. C. Welsbrod, Chris Ruske, J. A. Schwartz, and Fred Dau. tlon, rhythm, harmony, balance, and emphasis were studied.- The afternoon was spent at making •crayon Designs.for wall panels pillows,* and Achievement day plans were discussed. Greenwood town ship will have a booth, and the lead ers will meet at Mrs. William Vaske's Tuesday, May 3, for completion ot posters and special feature. wax am Amesburys, Lakota, has ,15 brothers and sisters. The Jergensehs have a joy of five years, also a boy of two. W. M. Wolf, two miles west' of Lu Verne, remarked last Thursday that the first news he looked for jn .he Advance was the farm stuff, He wanted to know whether we could still raise above the head a 50-lb. weight. One time we called on Mr. Wolf and tried to sell him an automobile, and we showed .him how easy it was done. R. Sidney John, who farmed last year west of Burt, Is now operating the former north-of-the-road 320- acre Longnecker farm, east of Burt. He was moved in and having good luck with the first of his spring litters when we came along a week ago. One old sow had nine pigs saved, another seven. There werei 24 sows to farrow. We have to thank the Henry Fox, John >Schuler, and Louie Hatton farms for providing pull-out teams for us last week. The Schuler pullout required two teams, and some doubletrees were broken before we got the use of the car again. .Part of the time we have been walking so steadily .that the old leg muscles get over-developed, we are afraid.- The Tom Trenary youngsters, of Portland township, have a pony and cart, also a riding pony, and we tried to make a trade with them the other day, offering our "Chevy" for the pony and cart, but we failed to deal. The Oakdale farm, owned by Archie Hutchison, Algona, is one of the most modernly equipped in Iowa, and Mr. Trenary, manager and operator, is one of the state's best livestock men. , We made a short visit at John Pothoff's, northwest of Bancroft, one day last week, but failed to get 1 Mlckllvk Wins Promotion- John Micklick, former athletic coach here, now holding a like position at Lohrville, spent the week-: end "with Fenton friends. Mr. Micklick has been elected principal at Lohrville, with a $300 raise In salary. Supt. Belken Is Reclec»«d— Word was received by Fenton friends of the Supt. G. D. Belken family at Duncombe of the re-election of Mr. Belken under a two- year contract with a substantial increase In salary. Leiijmrd Team IN Swamped— In the opening baseball game of the season last week Wednesday the local high school team defeated Ledyard 24-0 on the local field. Crowd Attend* School Carnival— A capacity crowd attended the carnival at the school building Fri day night. 'Receipts totaled $68. Other Fenton News. Women who met with Mrs. J. T Snyder Friday afternoon for a quilt ing party are Mrs. J. T. Walte, Mrs W, P. Wolfe, Mrs. John infers, Mrs Sam Warner, Mrs. A. H. Meyet Mrs. Frank MoFall, Mrs. J. 'B. Han son and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. Frank Bailey and son Hadle> Mrs. Kate Newel, and Mrs. J. F Newel visited at Ernest Neuman's Algona, Friday afternoon. Mr. Ba ley's daughter Frances, teacher a Britt, met them there, and returned to spend the week-end. . Mrs Hattie Weisbrod entertained Margie Kleinheksel, Lily Rasmussen, Mathilda Kressln, Nettie Weisbrod and Mabel Brandt at G o'clock dinner last .Thursday evening honoring Miss'Brandt's birthday anni- Elghteen women • took the lesson, and many Interesting designs were orked out for pillows, table run- ere, etc. In attendance were C. E. Acker- on, Mrs. C. E. Priebe, Mrs. Jos. F. lenke, Mrs. W. P. Vaske, Mrs. hoe. Murphy, Mrs. M. J. Dyer, Margaret Wllhelmi, Mrs. Carl Dahl- auser, Mrs. A. J. Brattlund, Mrs. u.. F. Kennedy, Mre. J. M. Williams, Jary J. Sheridan, Mrs. G. D. Hart, Mrs. J. Berbers, Mrs. H. K. Lampe, tfrs. Fred Habeger, Mrs. Frame Wil- elmt, Mrs. Ray Miller. Two Lessons Studied. Mrs. Oscar Movlck, Ottosen, was lostess to Garfield project leaders t the home of her sister, Mrs. Alex Bonnstetter, West Bend, last week Wednesday, when block printing, was studied. Many blocks were cut. Applied design, lesson No. 5,, was also studied, and several wall hang- nge were completed. Plans for Achievement day were discussed, and at a later meeting posters will ro made. Organization for 1933 project work will be completed at lie same meeting. (Leaders present were Mrs. Harold Anderegg, Mrs. Norman Helleseth, Mrs. Cad Ditch, Mrs F. TeBackhorst, and Mrs.- Bert Fuchsen, West Bend. Others present were. Mrs. H. F. Anderegg Sr., West Bend, and Mrs. J. H. Collins West Bend. lieavy work.. Mr. Winter lives two miles' east of Ledyard. Saturday, at Mrs. Emma Robinson's southwest of Lakota, we found Mrs. Robinson not well, she had suffered a stroke two months ago, and has not been recovering rapidly. At Jens -Ruberg's last Thursday they had been shelling corn. This is the Jesse Willey farm, three.miles north and west of Lu Verne. Mr. Willey has if or.'many years lived at Algona. At Chris Gronbach's last week Monday we were showed a large incubator which will take care of 15,000 eggs at a time. The Gron- bachs set eggs every Monday and Thursday. They live in Lu Verne. We called at George Hanselman'e, two miles east of Lu Verne, last week Wednesday, and found the man getting ready to help a neighbor, John Kubly, saw wood, -Han- seiman was elected to the board of directors of the Lu Verne schools. The H. P. Madsons were trying to finish corn-picking last week Tues- daughter Is working. for the "Billy" Dau family here In Algona, and William Is one of the County's best farmers; and we are glad to say that he also has one of the very best •farms to operate, for the Pothoff place has been built up to a high state of : cultivation and has excellent buildings. We called last week Monday at John P. Hubert's, one-fourth mile west and one-fourth mile north of Hanna Smith, on the Julius Hapi- corn 160-acre farm. Mr. and Mra Hilbert were married March 29 a the Mike Gengler home, one mile north and one mile east of Whitte more. Mrs. Hilbert, who is a Geng ler daughter, said she was happy over the many wedding gifts. Mi Hllbert, who is a son of Matt Hilbert, west of St. Joe, was setting up a cream separator. He has a good ot of new machinery in the barn- yarn, all set up to work in the fields. Mike Rustemeier and his son Henry were getting ready to drive with Archie Hutchison, of Algona, for the last several years , always has some good stock to look at. His 21 sows had saved 140 pigs when we visited his modern hog house one • day last week. Tom had sold 148 ji head of hogs a few days before, get-1 ting $4 a cwt.; and he had sold some| [ 400 head since November. The April | , sale was a lot of 6-months fall pigsj which averaged 207 pounds. On the;J farm are 71 cattle, Including 22 i cowe. Last November Mr. Trenary! marketed 20 steers which weighed j, , 26,500 pounds, and another 24 that]' > weighed 25,800 pounds. Altogether!' | 53 head were sold, averaging about $7 \a cwt. ' We have just found out that one i or more lines In a mention of the j Gardners, of Seneca township, was I left out of a story on the farm page last week, which made it read different from what we Intended. The E. M. Gardners are among the oldest families in Seneca, and the farm, which is now operated by Mother. Gardner and her son Clarence, was one of the popular gathering places of the younger set while the Gardner family was growing up. Clarence was married a few months ago to Sadie, daughter of the L. A. (Bert) Potters, of Cresco township, southwest of Algona. At their home we also met Mrs. Cliff Gardner and her 5-months baby, who were just starting out for a ride with Grandma Gardner. The Cliff Gardners live at Armstrong. Between this department and our proof reader the Item of last week credited the Cliff Gardner baby, whose name is LeRoy Clifford, to the Clarence Gardners, and of course the Cliff. Gardners would not stand for any such a story, for they are justly proud of their baby. We gladly make this correction. i; LISTEN FOLKS Let us bring your car BACK TO TfEVf With an overhaul and new paint job. W. C. DAU GARAGE East of Courthouse. day. Mr. Madson, who Is a brother of Carl Madson, said it was so wet In the fields that he could not get through with a wagon. The family lives a mile south and a mile east of Hanna Switch. Harvey Hosier, son-in-law of Walter Benson, who had operated a First National bank farm north of Bancroft for a number of years, is now operating -part ,of the farm, Mr. iBenson having moved to the Clark farm, owned toy Mrs. Benson. Mrs. Hosier was Blanche Benson before marriage. ' . • Alfred Jergensen Is the new tenant on the farm north of Bancroft where A. M. Friest operated last rear. The Jergensens moved down from Minnesota. , 'Mre. • Jergensen to Bancroft after a blooded Duroc sow when we called last week Monday. The Rustemeiers, who formerly farmed a little way north,, now operate the former Foth farm, northwest of Bancroft. The purebred sow they were to bring out to HAY the farm had been purchased McKee Bros., Creston. This was owner of Great Colonel 469,689, from farm Baled timothy mixed for sale, for sale. and alfalf Some straxv HARRY WARD Algona NO ASSESSMENTS COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE 1. FIRE INSURANCE Our policy covers your car up to its full value (not 80 per cent of value). Policy includes cyclone, tornado, windstorm & hail. 2. THEFT INSURANCE Our' policy covers your car up to its full value (not 80 per cent of value). Includes protection against theft of equipment such as spare tire, etc. 3. COLLISION INSURANCE We furnish the full coverage. Our policy pays for the damage done to your car re-' gardless of how, when, or where it was damaged. Full value protection. 4. PROPERTY DAMAGE INS. Policy irisures you against money loss incurred through damaging the property of others with your car regardless of kind of property. 5. LIABILITY INSURANCE Our policy insures you against loss incurred through injuring another person or persons , with your car and defends you in damage ; suits. ; LOW RATES Our automobile insurance requires no membership fee. Just one price. In payments if desired. Our policies pay for the full value of ybur'car in case, of '> loss and not just 80. per "cent.,', W.e" make no extra ' charge for additional collision.coverage/.-We have no fixed depreciation charges on automobile losses. Our company assumes liability regardless of whether you are driving your car or someone you have loaned your car to. Our property damage clause, pays for the "loss of use" of car in case of accident and for which you might be liable. Our agency makes a specialty ot writing automobile insurance. It is our honest endeavor to render the most complete automobile insurance service possible. Our rates are very low and we invite comparison on our-complete automobile insurance protection Write us today for rates on your car, or better yet, stop in our office, which is located just north of the Iowa State Bank. There will be absolutely no obligation on your part to buy. THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 55 C. K. LA BABEE Algona, Iowa Office located north of Iowa State Bank BUY GOOD CHICKS CHEAP from a real breeding farm,, the largest and best equipped in Northern Iowa. 15,000 day old and 5,000 2 Weeks .old chicks every week. All breeds. Special on Buff Minorcas, f$6.50 per 100. Turkey poults, ducklings. We hatch geese, duck, and turkey eggs in our Jamesway incubator at Burt.—Ham llton Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa. fe Ijave another car of Nee Upland .Pra,irle Hay n track, ~ - - - car. ow. Special price from Leave your orders A160NA FLOUR & FEED CO, ATS I oats, logold. Standj on ground, free from bar- c Price 25c a busjiel, HARRY WABP, A jr. ana Airs. W. V. Yager and son Clarence visited at the parental Geo. Yager home at Algona Sunday. Mrs. George Yager has been ill in bed since last week when she sprained her knee in a fall down a St< Mrs' O. H. Schmidt went to Clear Lake Friday to assist her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Squalre Hudson, in moving to Burt, where they have ^rlnd'S. J. F. Newel motored to'Belmond Sunday and spent the day with their daughter Irene, who was ill last week and unable to teach. Florence Welsbrod, teaching junior high at Dee Molnes, spent the week with her parents, Mi. ana Mrs W J. Weisbrod. Coaoh B. P. Wh»e is driving a new Chevrolet coach since Saturday, purchased from the Huskamp Training School Held. Eight Irvington leaders met at Mrs. Paul Black's for final all-day training school Friday, when lesson No. 2 on refinlshing of furniture wa studied. Varnish was removed from an interesting old table and a cha.i» which were then sand-papered and prepared for an oil and wax finish. • Irvington will have a booth on county Achievement day, June 6; and plans for posters were laid.. An afternoon meeting Tuesday, April 26, will be held at Mrs. R. H. Skjll- ing's for completion of posters and a special feature. •Leaders present were Mrs. Carl Hutchlns, Mrs. Hugh Raney, Mrs, Leslie Jenkins, Mrs. Skilling, Mrs. Maurice Parsons, Mrs, Charles Reaper, and Mrs. Harry Seely. 4 - Township Map Drawn. Achievement day posters were made by Hebron leaders at an afternoon meeting, last Thursday at Mrs. Bmil Boettcher's, and a township map was prepared.. A meeting will be held in May to organize for the 1933 project. A play to be given by the women at a Farm Bureau meeting this week Friday, night was practiced. Attending were Mrs. Geo Vrooman, Mrs. Earl Haas, Mrs. D B. Lyons, Mrs. George Berg, Elmore; Mrs. Gust Nelson, Mrs, George Smith, Buffalo Center! Mrs. George Wicks, Algona; and Mrs. Oscar Frandle, Buffalo Center, FARMERS We are again handling , Sexauer's Seeds. THE STANDARD OF SEED QUALITY I ' :,''.'. . ' ' .• • •- • , . ,- • We have a special on MEDIUM RED AND SWEET CLOVER SEED Don't forget our grain receipts are increasing because WE PAY MORE il heat at CENTURY LOW FARMERS' ELEVATOR CO. PHONE 36F1 OFHOBJIBTOX B, L. REID, Manager Quiet Clean EC o n o m i c a I Printing Blocks Eleven Riverdale women met at entertained beVbridge club Saturday afternoon. Sigh score was won by Mrs. Gaylord Kraus, teaching at Garner spent Saturday with hw P a » " Mr. and Mrs. O. R. MtPQ STOBE, ALUOJU T ••••:%: LAST GALL lor Rock, visited at hV daughter, Mrs. Fred Friday. , -, -, t ,. Le Boy Boettcher, of Suit, list week Tuesday at E. c. Weisbrod's. Kra use visited (Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kiause v .:iL* a t Frank Gappa's at Wnit- a business visitor ,'1Sff««»S f Bvft ,Big, husky two weeks old White and Butt Leghorns, Minorcas, 8%c. Mixed Heavies, Must be seen to be appreciated. Special on day oW Buff Mlp« $6.50 'per 100. HAMILTON HATCHERY •I ALL FEED Chick Starter and Growing Mash— $1.80 per cwt — $1,80 per cwt. PRICES LOWER A QUIET, clean allow* us to offer you the lowest prices in history . . . far lower than you even See .your dealer <» y-tti drop »roii. An AU Fee4 ftatipn containing pure codliver oil, fresh hulled oats, and other wro ents l*ast year we sold four carloads- direct. frpm our ^'mm without a returned sack-IT- MUST BW GOOD. Thte year we are able, to offer WS wed to our customers at a big reduction, in prices, # ' ^ Q]$LY |1,80 F» worries. or. conomical ,. factually, Best of «U, you do not cheaper than coa H have to be wealthy to own a Built of the highest quality Century Oil Burner, The new materials , . . attractively Model D with Floating Flame designed, Century mtro- perfects the Century proven duces a new simplicity which the Convenience of O.I the Economy of Coal l^^r_M_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ta|^BI pPiWiJi^WHI^^i^*^^" 1 L ' ' J ' Laing 11 Algona, Iowa i^P^k^wipw ^w^ CENTWY u+omatic i\ D u r n (i

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