Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1932 · Page 7
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» v : cottar? kPVANca. ALQONA, IOWA any other oil W* J. Payne, Editor. Charles Klamn, Field Reporter. It tbatt att Gaftiie »** and P* 5,j g FOR Att ESTIMATE mtr- EDUCED IPRIQES i your order with us at r Minnesota Standard • Twine. l , |Ve also have a complete f Minnesota Hay and st Tools. , \, . IA MOTOR SALES g. H. Klassie, Prop. na .Ren wick 14 "" ' 72 [ Otto Wiley, Lu Verne Farm Groups Meet. •Last Week Tuesday a Joint meeting of the Ramsey-Greenwood Farm Bureaus' was somewhat cut in attendance because of the Sharkey- Schmelllng prize fight, which kept fans near the radio. There was a good program, however, Including music by the F. B. orchestra, a talk by J. H. Jensen, former representative, some movies, some singing, a dance put on by the Union township Four-H girls, and a talk in favor of organizing a club at Bancroft given by Mary Mescher. Edw. Droessler, Ramsey township F." B. president, spoke o£ the "farmers' holiday association," which Is sponsored at Bancroft by such men as H. J. Presthus, president of the Bancroft Farmers' Union, and Robert Elchenberger. Mr. Droessler said these men were present to explain the association to persons interested. The association Is now having pledges signed. The signers agree not to buy or sell from the time a strike Is called till prices of farm products have been benefit-) ted. The orchestra was made up of Mrs. 'Ray Miller, leader; A. Vnske violin; Bertha Vaske, piano; Mrs •Ed -Seeney, violin; James Sheridan drummer; , Harold Miller, cornet Mervln Kramer, violin; Merle Woltz mandolin-/ Eugene Nurre, saxo phone. There also was singing by A. J. Wllhelml, Frank Froehle am Harold Miller, members of the orch estra, and by Miss Mescher. Ray Miller is president of th< Greenwood Farm Bureau, and Mrs Miller has been active in Farm Bu reau work. The meetings are hel in the Bancroft public schoolhouse and usually the assembly room i packed. A stage makes It possibl to give programs that are more am bitious than can be attempted whe meetings are held at farm homes. After the meeting President Droessler and Miller, of the F. B and Presthus "and ESchenberger, the 'Farmers' Union, remained be hind a few minutes for a friend] exchange of banter. There appeal to be none of the hostile conflict be y Is "Seven Sisters," so called be- ause seven rose, clusters come out •om each blooming atem. The Color brilliant red. At John Long Sr's, oining on the east, Dad Long had gured up, and he claimed Jean Jqrothy as his 15th grandchild.' At Roy Woolrey's, two miles west ncl two miles north of Elmore, the amlly was vlnlng peas, one day last vcek. The Minnesota, Valley Caning Co., Blue Earth, has 12 vlnlng nachlnes In Faribault county, but is peroitlng only ten this season, Rains have bothered considerably, or the farmers cannot get out on he land and the vines are heavy, t takes seven .men to operate a ma- ihlne, nnd the crew ,at Woolrey's vas threshing many boxes' a day; The boxes average 30 pounds. On lot 'days the crew works air night; otherwise 16 hours. We made a mistake In one of our news items last week, when, in men- ion of John Trunkhill, we included 3111s Jain as a member of the Rod Tain family. Mr. Trunkhill now owns and operates the old Rod Jain farm, and Ellis is a son of Ben Jain, who formerly owned a half section FORMER YOUTH AT LEDYARD IS FACTORY HEAP Ledyard, June 28—Old friends here are glad to hear that Harold Soltow, son-in-law- of J. W. Hartshorn and a resident here 15 years ago,-has done well. From'here he went to Webster City to work in a factory, and later he was made superintendent. Thence he was promoted to a factory at Chicago, then to a factory in New Jersey; and now he has been sent to \Vllmlng- ton, Va. Ice Cream Truck Upset— The Schwen ice cream truck from Blue Earth ran into the ditch south of Moulton'B Friday evening. A tire blew out as the truck was crossing a bridge, and it swerved into a ditch with three feet of water. Another truck from Blue Earth, with the aid of men here, got the' truck put Saturday morning. The driver was bruised, but was not seriously injured. Oldtlme IitMlyard Girls Here- Mr, and Mrs. Earl Tolberg, Lansing, Mich., Mr.' and Mrs. James Olson, Austin, Minn., and a Miss Olson Osage, visited the -L. W. Welmers Friday evening. The two women first named were Winnie and Luella Rich, former residents Lit Verne Couple Wed by Fathers, Both M i n is ters Lu Verne, June 28—^A Very pretty Wedding was solemnized last .week Wednesday noon'When Ellen Lang and Paul Farley were married at the Zion Evangelical church. -The service was read by the bride's father, the Rev. David Lang, assisted by the bridegroom's father, the Rev. H. C. Farley, Moweaqua, 111. The young p couple were attended by Eileen Wahl, Paton, a cousin of the bride, and Walter Farley, brother of the bridegroom. Wayne and Carl Lang served as ushers and little Ramona Heidenrelch was ,rlng bearer. Preceding the ceremony Robert of the evening was spent in a social way, with lunch as the final event 85 CENTS TO PUT RHEUMATIC CRIPPLE BACK TO WORK AGAIN i SOW JOYOUSLY HAPMt bile all his family looked onr in Ishment and all his friends ; amazed, one man took all the \i, swelling and agony from his joints in 48 hours , and did ith that famous rheumatic pre- )tlon known to pharmacists as iru—you can do the same. |hls powerful yet safe remedy is irful — its action .is almost al, 1st get one 85 cent ,bottle of Alfrom E. W. Lusby, druggis't, y live druggist—take It as dl- I and if in 48 hours your pains fen't all left you get your, money \ works just as swiftly jWith Neu- Sclatfca, Lumbago and Neu- ot July Celebration -' ' [HBE WORKS ' Sold at Discount |Buy your Fireworks at twen the two organizations such as we find at other points, and this! seems 1 like a commonsense way of doing things. Both organizations are working for the farmers, and it seems that there should be no hostile fight between them, even though they go about their work with different Ideas as to how to set it done. FARM NEWS AND COMMENT. L. O. Bush, southwest of Burt, was taking two tons of alfalfa to the acre from eight acres on his farm last week. Donald Fraser, southwest of Burt, had some corn hip-high Saturday. He is tending 110 acres. The latest planting, then four weeks in the ground, was knee-high on the average. ' '" adjoining the Trunkhill farm. This land is now partly owned by Alf Bunkofskl, who has built Up a good set of buildings, partly by a landlord who rents to George Dettman, who lives on the old Jain homestead. Ellis 'now has the old Ward farm, bought some time ago. At his home we were told that his son, 15, who has been laid up with a hip injury for some time, will probably be able to get around again In the next three or four weeks. Stanley, Keith, on Grandfather ' E. P. Keith's farm, south of Burt, was cutting 40 acres of alfalfa a week ago, and he had a good stand. This farm Is being built up and improved in both soil and buildings. The alfalfa is expected to furnish • good stock feed and at the same time help to kill out weeds which got a start while the land was rented to previous tenants. Morning glories especially are expected to be crowded out by the alfalfa. The next farm here whose father, 'now dead, was for many years cashier of the local state bank. Welmers Here From California- Frank Welmer arrived last week Monday to look after his 'bank and farm / interests. He, his wife, his daughter, Mrs. Alfred Lee, and her two children,'all of Hollywood, are now at the Weimer cottage at the O'kobojis. Former Ledyard Woman Wed— Mrs. Jessie Mentor, who, with 'her now deceased; husband, ran. a cafe here some years ago, was recently married to W. H. Mentor, of Los Angeles, Calif. She has of late been at Adel. ; Angeles. The couple will live at Los o the nprth, owned by Stanley's ather, L.. AV. Keith, Algona, is oper- tei by Stanley's brother Wayne, 'he Keith holdings in the neighbor- ood are among the largest. The oys are operating the farms in a vay to bring credit to both them- elves and the land. •Last week Wednesday we visited t the Ernest Busch farm, five miles Food Shop •John J. John, whom we mentioned last, year as in the middle of a campaign against weeds on a farm a half mile west of Burt, has obtained good results. He had a good corn yield last year, and the fields are noticeably cleaner this season. 'When we visited Senator Patterson at his farm near Burt one day last week he expressed himself' as not satisfied with the republican platform. Mr, Patterson is extens r ively engaged in farming and stock- raising, and so appreciates what farmers are up against in. these times. ' •At Carl Beckstein's, six miles south and two miles east of Elmore alfalfa was a heavy stand when we came along the other day. Car) who was cutting It, said-it could no be mowed, close to the ground, be cause it was tangled; but he wa afraid some of it might be killed i too much was left unmowed. l Paul Krlethe, west of Burt, ha 800 young purebred turkeys grow ing up under the most approve* sanitary methods. She has sold ove 2,000 hatching eggs this season Breeding stock and hatching egg are shipped all over ,the Country even to such turkey-raising locall ties as Texas, the Oakotas, etc. Back of his house the other da Ellis Jain showed us a grove of fm straight walnut trees which woul make sawlogs 25 to 35 feet long These trees are therefore valuabl and there are a good many of them A tree in the yard,is a mulberry and Ellis said there were others in the grove. Birds make these trees a home when fruit is ripening, Some folks value the mulberry chiefly to attract birds from other fruit. We called Saturday at .E. »• «*; Biedel's, si* miles north, and west of Algona, Mr, Riedel was cultivating ^ --an old style walker, the Metliodlst, Aid Gives Social— The Methodist Aid held .a homemade Ice cream social at the park last week Wednesday, night, and the band furnished music. The receipts exceeded $20. Pastor Away on Vacation— . Next Sunday there- will be no services at the Methodist church. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson will be away on vacation. Heidenrelch sang 1 Love You Truly, and, O -Promise Me, and Mrs. Hei- denrelch played Mendelssohn's wedding march as the bridal party took their places before the altar. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the parsonage, the dinner having .been prepared by Florence Hof and served by Esther Merkle, Esther and Marie Frltze- meler, and Marie Knopf. The bride wore a white crepe dress with chiffon veil, and carried a bridal bouquet of roses. Her bridesmaid wore green organdie and carried a bouquet of mixed flowers. Mrs. Farley has made her home here for the lost two years. She is a. graduate of the Paton high school and Western Union college at Le Mars. Mr. Farley Is a graduate of the same college but of the class of 1930. He has been principal of the high school at Bristol, S. D., for the past two years, and with his wife will return there in September. The Farleys expect to spend some time in Wisconsin a:nd Illinois, then returning to Lu Verne to stay until] the beginning of school. To Attend 4-H Convention- Margaret Klassi, daughter of Ed Klassi, southeast of town, left for her home Friday after spending some time with , her grandmother, Mrs. Conrad (Baumgartner. Margaret was to leave Sunday for Ames to he a. delegate, from the Vernon 4-H club at the,'annual convention, there this week. She was to he accompanied by Mrs. John Vought and daughter Janora. The latter was • elected queen of 4-H club girls of Humboldt county, and won a trip to the convention. There was an Ice cream social and demonstration ' of club work at the* Vernon consolidated school Friday to raise money to defray the expenses of the two. Attend Family Reunion Sunday— Mrs. Flora Raney and Arthur'at- tended a Raney family reunion at Eagle 'Lake' park, near Britt, Sunday. Towns' represented were Livermore, Humbgldt, Algona, Irvington, Britt, Decorah, West Union, Reinbeck, Mason City, and Big Stone, Minn. i Kenneth Morensen to Hospital— The Harold Sorensens took Kenneth to Iowa. City Monday for treatment. He has been sick since last, fall. H. C. Allen accompanied them i Jens Ruberg and the Eli Bagers Zenther and Cecil Williams, who Will begin business there In the hear future, i DbcW and M>«, irwln left lor their home at Oak Park, ill., Monday, after two weeks at the. S. S*. Phillips home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stripling, of Sherburn, Minn., Lorenz, and Norman were business callers here last Thursday. : • Mrs. Mike Stripling and her-children . went to Bancroft last Thursday to visit the-Henry 'and John Clements. , • Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jones and granddaughter, Eagle Grove, visited at the Barney J^ones home last week. The Walter Heftis are parents of a daughter, born Sunday at a Fort Dodge hospital. PAYIN8 CREW COMPLETES SPUR STRIP IUTO LAK Lakota, Olson paving crew completed ttos , gap between Lakotd. and , Buffalo Center last Thursday and the eftiilp* ment was moved to a point east" <A Forest City the latter patt o! week, where they complete »' gap Between there and Leland. They, paved' an 8-ft. strip south from No. 9 to the Citizens hank and bids tttit the contract for the' rest df the street will be opened July * 1, the work to be finished August 1. Hoy 1 Banna, of 'Ruthven, has put in an oil station on the Ed Kahl fariri, where the paving turns south front No. 9 to Lakota. AGAIN—AUTO thousands of OWNERS ..9AVU dollars. Gambtea to visit his son Ed, who underwent; s P ent several days last week his second operation for collapsed j Audubon lung last week Tuesday. at I still sell tires at tax free, prices, I ,15-4* Other Lu Verne News. The Tom Masons and Elgin Benedict, Clarion, were Sunday visitors at W. B. Mason's. They • were accompanied by Mrs. Tom's sister-in- law, Mrs. Ole Winnis, Mollne, 111., who, with her daughter Marloe June, remained for several days at Harry Von Draska's. ' Gerald, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramus, was surprised last week Tuesday when ten of his friends came to help him celebrate his •birthday .at the W. H. Schultz home. Games were played and a lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs, Max Patterson took Sally Broadie to her home at Granger Sunday and remained for a few days at tlie parental Broadie home. Miss Broadie was guest of Ruth and Phyllis Lichty Friday and "Saturday. Mrs. Alice Griffith, Indianapolis, and her children arrived 'Saturday to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers. Mrs. Laurel Rogers has her son Frank at an Iowa City hospital for treatment. The service station recently by. Wm. Ramus to a man from Foi'- est City has been leased by Lloyd Help American Labor! BUY RED TOP TWINE Npt made by convicts, SAVE MONEY MORE TWINE AT LESS 600 ft. per pound SAVE GRIEF Every ball guaranteed to give satisfaction — smooth, even, and 15 pounds stronger. The recollection of quality remains long after the low price is forgotten. FARMERS' ELEVATOR CO. HOBARTON, IOWA Phone 36F1 R. L. REID, Mgr. * i»l ast, two miles south, The Busches, farm 320 of Elmore: acres. Mr. Busch was not complaining about he times. He said he was kept too 'Usy, for he had 40 acres in beets, vhich were looking fine. He has a amily of Mexicans doing the weed- ng, and he. said these people work ong hours. When he gets up In the morning at 4 they are .already out veeding, and they stay till dark. Srnest believes in raising good stock and he now has 190 spring pigs on ;he place.! He was glad to see hogs going up in price.' He also has 50 lead of cattle. Mr. Busch started Jarming five years ago, and he sought calves to get started with his cattle, -also buying a few high-priced cows. Friday we were at the J. E. Struss farm, eight and one-half miles across the line in Minnesota. We remarked about the number of children, "Yes," .Mrs.'.Struss said, "We have 9 boys and three girls," She was married before and had children, and her husband also was married before and had children, and since they were married they have had three more. All seemed to be happy, and the family was looking for Grandad, Mr. Struss's father, who was driving from Barrington, N. D., In the old-fashioned way, by covered wagon. The old gentleman lost his wife some time ago; later his house burned down, so he decided to come to his son's. He sold two good horses,for $40 to get a, little money. Though 76, he was coming alone. •-'.-• " > Iva Lowman, brother of Mrs. W. Ray 'Smithy has been the main man at the Smith farm in Portland township this spring, as Ray has been in poor health. He recently had his tonsils out, however, and now hopes for improvement. The men farm the La. Coucr Family Leaves Ledyard— The William La Couers moved to Amboy, .Minn., last Thursday.. They bought crops, stock, and machinery on the'late Mr. Ruhnke's farm. Other Ledyard News. Mrs.., V. A. Barrett attened ' a Raney reunion at,Eagle Grove, near Britt Sunday, and thence went to visit Mrs.'George Schulte, of Alexander, and will spend 'the Fourth with Mr. Barrett, who is attending summer school at Fayette. < Kenneth Thompson, Irvin Klink- slek, Marvin Junkermeier, Alfred Lloyd, and Jack -Moulton .went to Swea City last week Tuesday and played ball, with a Swea City Junior League team- Mrs, Guy Raney. and her daughter returned to their home at Livermore last week Monday. ''Mrs; V. A, Barrett, another'daughter, took them down, returning; next 'day. Mrs. Glenn Yahnke was called to Buffalo Center . last • Thursday by news that her slater, Helen Jenson, had suffered a serious attack of appendicitis. ; Mrs, Jesse O'Keefe and Henrietta returned from Fenton last Thursday. The former's mother, Mrs. Warner, fs improved In health. Mrs. William Weinberger went to Algona last week Wednesday evening to see her mother, Mrs, Gallagan, patient in a hospital. Mesdames Thompson, Womack, Strand, and Brack attended a Swea City Methodist Aid Guest day last week Wehesday. < The L. C, Strands; were at Algona Friday. They 'took Maxine Hargreaves,- sister of Mrs. Strand, home, The Merrltt Burtis family, Armstrong, and Cecil Burtis, Denver, visited at Bert Self art's/last ^Thursday. Fort Bodge Father Honored— A Father's day dinner wais served a week ago Sunday at the Charles Hintz home honoring M. Wegner, of Fort Dodge^ Mr. Wegner is 84 years old, and those present included the Richard Wegner's, Arnold Wegners, H.,;D.\Rlstau, Carl Swanson, >Fred Lentz, Gilmore City, Edward Beebes, Verdirand Alice Wegner, of Fort Dodge, Harold Nelsons, i Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stripling, Geo. '. Wegner, Archie Curran, Charles and Julius Stripling Jr., Mil^e Striplings, and Chas. Grimsehl. After a picnic dinner the afternoon ' was spent visiting and playing games. Lu Verne Couple W«d In S. D.— A wedding that was a surprise to many took place last week Monday at Canton, S'. D., when Irene, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto TAX FREE PRICES and TROUBLE FREE SERVICE for Your Holiday Trip Percy cere- and Bert Raas witnesses. kind this writer used to bump nip to*s on when he learned to cultivate E R. O., who was doing good work sa'id he had a riding cultiya, £? hut'that since the heavy rains the ground was packed and the Sri? had a little the start of him. ao'he was using the^valker to get a "STS* Monday we called on WTA, Coupanger, who JJ^yj Ramus, ' was married to Schichtl, of •; Irvlngton. The mony was; performed by the Methodist minister, of Canton, with -Mrs. Arthur Rlley, Anna mus, of iLu Verne, The young couple came to Lu Verne the same day and plan to make their home on a farm near Irvington. , Purtleg Honor Chicago Guest— A number of social courtesies were given last week honoring Mrs. Don 'Lichty, Chicago. Mrs. P. ' Llchty entertained at bridge Monday afternoon; Mrs. J. L. Lichty had a 6 o'clock dinner Tuesday; Mrs. Lee Lichty another Wednesday; and Thursday. all Uchty relatives who could go hod a picnic dinner at the Ambrose A. Call park and a party at ithe swimming pool. Friday Mrs. Harry Lichty had a bridge group of two tables. old Ringsdqrf property, where Ray has been located for,a number of years. Across the road when we called there was a "lake" of several acres in extent, and Ray was digging ditches to draw the water off. Most of it, however, was on land farmed by Tom Ellefson, but it drained across the Smith farm. One of the children had caught a mud- turtle, and we kept an eye pn it to see whether it would 'betray an inclination to stick its head out and nip our editorial ear. The boy was more unconscious of danger than we were. Mrs. Smith, had a- cut on one, hand which she had acquired in opening a window. Her hand slipped and went through the glass. When we came, the Other day; tp a farm Just east of Lone RpoH ow«f ed by Banker and Mrs. N,, I* Qotton and occupied by Mr. and Mrs, Carl Whitney, there was such jnarked improvement in the appearance > of premises that we must comment „„ w-hat has h,een done. The tend- iprd* tumped fencing, and Carl Dale and Leroy Selfert spent two days last weeH a,t ithelr uncle Jule's construction camp near Armstrong, Mrs. Weinberger went to res Now! While Stock Lasts! NEVER BEFORE have ** given such amazing pre- holiday bargains on Firestone Tires and Tubes. Here is the opportunity you have beeiji looking for to replace the thin, worn tires on your ear, before you start on yovtv holiday trip. ,, , . l( f, ! ^ r> These prices can only laet for a limited time. When our stock of Tax Free Tires and Tubes is gone, prices en Firestone Tire* and Tube* will go up. In Bible Contest^ Helen Kuebler and Chavline 4ft Mat'thew BecHer, southwest of afciwe around the Tften the yard was cleaned started, shrubs trimmed ,a big er-pot full Of blooms set put on a stump^ tl straightened up and, made spotlessly pleanf and with, f W Pfr ^W»' paint inside the hoijse the tranefe?? mattpn was noteworthy, certfttoly Algona last week Wednesday evening, returning Saturday, , Mrs, Dyer and her children visited the former's mother at Cylinder last Thursday, Mrs, Robert Curtis was taken to » hospital -at Fairmont last week Wednesday, ' Elvin Carpenter went to OHn last week Wednesday, ' returning Mrs. John Frandell is sick with the flu and under Doctor Deyine'e care, Mrs. W. G, Weinberger spent Sunday at Manka^o with her husband Mr, trom Cushln.g, Jflniv. .J.N..H.MI+... I U| , re- LU VERNE CHURCH TO HOLOHOMECOMH(6FEST be-Hompoom|njr day' n, «?o pasjor, also a part of gram on the farm Christenson won first and second respectively in a Bible story-telling contest at a district Epworth League convention at Buffalo Center last week Tuesday night. Miss Kuebler received a silver medal and the •privilege"^ to compete in conference finals at the Okobojis next month for a gold medal and a scholarship at; Mornlngalde. ,* Little 6lr|'» Birthday Observed- Last week Tuesday 17 schoolmates and relatives of little Thelma Swanr son helped her celebrate her sixth birthday at the home of her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl' Swanson, After games, lunch was served by Mr«, Swanson, with a birthday cake as a special lecture.. Many presents were given to the child, , Baby H«8 Eye Archie Sanfords returned last " Thursday from,"" Iowa, City, where they had takgp their-nine months Pjd baby, Geraldine, the ffrst of the week. 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