Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1932 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1932
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17. 1932. 1 * tr Toast th tii« ileman TOAST OVEN Both Sides at On* Time! 53 PUPILS AT ST, JOE GIVEN CONFIRMATION St. ,Toe, Nov. 15— Wednesday, November 9, will bo long remembered by St. Joseph's parish pupils. At 7 a. m. they attended Holy Sacrifice of the Mass read by Bishop Hoolan, Sioux City, and during mass received devotedly our Divine I/onl in the Holy Kuchai-ist in preparation for another great Hacrament. At !) the. children again assembled, to assist at high nums sung by the Rev. Father WewOIng, of Wesley, and at 'the close the sacrament of yoa can delicious toast . . . oven- baked, just - right . . . the kind you like but geldom get. The Colenan Toast Oven toasts two slices, both sides, In one operation. It's the finest toaster you ever saw! The Coleman is a compact little oven, beautifully designed and finished in gleaming special process chrome plate. Has ebonized handles on trays and sides. Equipped with ' gliding toast trays and removable crumb tray. Comes complete with extra quality cord and plug. |Stt Your Local Dealer to |fli« CoUmm l»mf & Stov* Co. Widiita, Kww- PMUMphli, Pi. o III. U« Aiia.Ui, Cilif. ' '• " (ER24-X) the KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA W. ,T. Tayne, Editor. Charles Kinnip, Field Reporter. VV P saw Prank Kajcnvski Friday. Ho lives 1% miles north of Hobnr- of a given number of chickens. Recently, when two neigh-boring farm ton. Frank said he was batching it, for his wife was caring for her mother at AI K ona, who was hurt In m^, '^"Tx crown 'in automobile accident. malketed B ix grown While we wore at William Bier- confirmation xvn.s conferred on following children, with Voter pehling and Mrs. John Becker sponsors: Mary 'Pabor, TOllwibcth Zieinet, Ulta Becker, Mar.|orle Keeling, Monica Fourage, Alvcrn. Ciei.sheoker, Martha. Fmirage, Floivnrr K. Thil- Kca, Pear] llodlng, Mildred hentsch, Ijiiolla Gi.sch, Ilitii M.-ir.so. .Florence .1. ThilgfH, Olcstine Mar.so, Martha Thil.ui's, T.emadinc Hubert, Dorothy Wagner, Un-ene. Ijormann, lOvolyn 7<lcin, Klein, Hernadlne .Bc'ckci Klciin, TCvolyn Kramai her. Helen Devine, Waller Frelllngei 1 Marvin Paul Devine, Edward I'.orU', William Tbllgp.s, Hayniond Uerle, Mlldrod Plathe,' Richard Thul, Ivan Kohl- haa.s, Andrew OiKCli. Loren Sclmllor, John Dcvlnc, Norbert ThllKC«, Clarence Friderea, Harold Bormann, Thomas AViiRner, Martin ThilKea, Irvln Weydcrt, Delmar Plathe, Clarence Bormann, Richard Reiling, Alfred Bormann, Marvin RcdlnK, Robert Devine, Sylvester Eagle, Simon Zicmet, Bernard women's husbands wore too -busy to take produce to town for them, we roosters for each woman with the following ret ..,, ,, i suits: one lot weighed 30 pounds, two mile« west and a mile i avernglng above 4% poundS| fmd brought Sc a pound, or $2.40. The other lot averaged below 4% pounds pounds, for the north of Hurt, Saturday the were installing a Utter carrier In the barn. The Blerstedts are always busy. They said they had CO acres of corn still to pick, and they were hoping that this snow would leave noon. , ' Thursday wo had a little PAGE NINE BOYD PANNKUK, FARMER NEAR TITONKA, DIES Titonka, Nov. 15—Boyd B. Pannkuk, 37, north of town, was operated on at 'the 'Doctor Dolmage hospital, BuCfalo Center, last week Monday for appendicitis, and died Friday evening at 11 o'clock of pneumonia. Funeral services are to be conducted tills week Tuesday at the German Reformed church north of town by the Rev. Calvin Schnucker, pastor. Mr. Pannkuk was a World war veteran who served In France, and he was a member of the local Breen post of the Le- llghts and 40c each for the heavier . gion. After his return from the and brought $1.38 for 23 That figures out 29c each birds. Even at those prices poultry is selling relatively higher in com| parJson with other years than any visit at A. H Bunkofske's, four | othor crop on Ule miles east of Burt, and he told us »f road condltolns when be bought Wo had the privilege of a brief UK; pln.ee where he now lives. There i visit in the sick room of Mrs. Leo ,T. were, in fuel, no roads. Where the j Miller, Plum Creek township houso- war he married Ceslna Boelts, who, with three daughters and, three sons, the youngest a year-old tabe, survives. The Rev. Henry Pannkuk Aplington, came Friday evening to take-part in the funeral services. rrjiirl now ruiiH there was a .pond, j wife and mother, just a few hours A. I r. wild he bad built the third | before her death. Mrs. Miller was bnrn wince be lived .there, the other ! being efficiently cared for by Kleanor | two having been destroyed by fire. | daughters whom she taught to be Viola I Mrs. Geo. ITackman, on the old ' well-mannered girls and thorough Shipment Sent (o Knoxvillc— The rehabilitation department ol the local Legion Auxiliary, Pearl Ricklefs, acting chairman, baa sent home-made candy, old clothes, mny- ,,.,,, , ,, i ,, , . • — —i ----- ---- ••— - =-- azlnes, coat hangers, and many M.lu-1 *.-i- lackman p.oneor farm, south of the! housekeepers. Helen, the eldest, 6ther th , the whole valued .It fair ffmiincls. suy.s she remembers. was graduated from St. Cecelia's $lfli to the Veterans hospital at ,J»«t once years ago, when she soldj academy last spring, took further | Knoxvlne . Contribution by the Ki.imai, Ivluanl Klein, j eggs at :ic a do/en. At the Hack-j training at Cedar Falls in the sum-| unlt of [. Tbrgerson won high at cards; Mr, and,;Mrs, L, B. Larson, low. Art Bpworth League "fellowship hour" took place at the Methodist church Sunday betyeen 4:30 p. m. and 7 .p. m., when It was merged nto the usual League 'meeting. Mrs. R. L. Kranta, daughter Fern, and Pauline Blakley were at Mason Ity Friday, and brought Clifford Krantu home for the week-end. He ,vent 'back Monday morning, Mrs. M. S. Craven entertained the Tuesday Luncheon club last week Tuesday. Mrs. Stephen de Vrles won the high score; Mrs. Harry I Beed, low. Mrs. J. K. Keil and Mrs. Leonard Callies will entertain the Methodist Aid In the basement of the church this week Wednesday. Mrs. R. H. Keagle and her daughter Shirley, who has visited here a week, returned to their home at Minneapolis 'Friday. Anna tBruns, teaching at Otrnnto, drove home for a week-end visit with relatives and Estelle Bonacker. Glen Riebsamen, Marshalltown, and a son visited -the A.. M. Petersons over Sunday. The Henry Butlers, Eetherville, formerly Titonka, were Sunday callers here. FOR SERVICE DRY CLEANING Make a new dress out of your old one —use the dry cleaning way. Hats and gloves respond to cleaning —we make 'em like new Neckties dry clean beautifully —try us for best results. We call for and deliver Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 637 man home we were interested in aimer, and is now teaching the home picture of the old mill once located ; school. Ruth, next eldest, Is now just north of Algona. The picture j chief housekeeper, with 'Edna as was painted by Mrs. Hackman's j assistant, and Cecelia growing up to daughter, now Mrs.. Fred Gelgel, of; do her sjiare. The boys, Andrew, Irvington township, when the latter Howard, and Edward, are good was J4. The J. M. Elmore twin Visiting clergymen were: the Rev. 'George We«Kling; the Uov. Carl Ernst, Bancroft; the Rev. B. H. IjoeCCelholz, St. Benedict; the Rev. B. H. Dobberstein, West Bend; the northwest of Algona, now past '11 months, already wear overalls and walk sure-footedly all around the house. Their names are Verle and Karl. Earl Is a redhead, the third 'young farmers, Interested in the. boys, problems of crops and stock more a dollar sent to Mrs, M. L. Standley, eighth district committeewoman, towards a fund for a birthday party this week Friday at the Cnoxville veterans' hospital is re- lorted. Candy and fruit cookies vere also sent for the party. than average for 'boys so young. Oscar Oxley, northeast of town, had already built his farm up to a, j blgh state of well planned improvement, but this summer he improved l . ii l l 11 T-II it 11 111U11L, UUL HUM SUIllIJld IIS lIIMJrUVUU male bedhead In the Elmore family. L., t i , , r P ,, r ,, ,, . , . , ,'• * the water system. He has inside JLhoie are five boys and a girl. Mrs. LlmorewasaLaunteengirl,andher iwith precaut , onB taken to avoicT father, Lauritz Lauritzen, looks af- j tcr things for Charles Patty, who Rev. Fr. Costello, Llvermore ; the j has been laid up with Rev. Fr. O'Brien, Humboldt; the Rev. Thoe. ,T. Dri/vcrn, Alpona; Moh- signor J. D. Flsch, Bancroft. At 12 noon Bishop Heelan, with •the visiting clergymen, were served ; a banquet at the home of the loll pastor, the Rev. George Theo- old. rheumatism freezing. The outside tank Is on a concrete foundation, and near by Is a covered manhole which leads to a AS42 YEARS AGO; > ounces for254 BAKING POWDER ECONOMICAL AND EFFICIENT Double Action.* MIUIONSOF POUNDS USED BY OUR COVFPNMENT WANTED, OLD TUBES SPEjCIAL 15c Trade In on your old tubes, BJUSTROM'S Phone 620 $300 OR LESS living In Alton* w4 tame O n B» of MOO or nlforn » ftotlce. We on vpry re#s k»vft M to v Uvesjtapk; «h remains etc, M you* pqi»e»slon. wish « lo#n, jftopne,' wrtto NNINOHAM Pone 698 LACY 'Algona Co., JJei Molnes ^^^^ 9HMRP^Vn ^ and to ta my t liver Wedding' Is Observed— Thirty-five relatives and friends f Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz sur- rised them at their home at Liver- lore Sunday evening to honor their ilvea- wedding. The evening was pent at 500, with Mrs. Prank Hilert and Weaver Hewitt winning he high/ scores, and Mrs. Ernest Galee and Ray Swenson the conso- atlon prize. Attending from St. oe were Mr. and Mrs. William Deine, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gales, the 'rank Hllberts, Mr. and Mrs. George 'hul, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner, Jr. and Mrs. John Thul, Clara and lugene Thul, Irene Gelshecker, Imma Becker, Bertha Thul, and S'lcholas and Sylvester Wagner Mrs. George Lenertz was formerly Clara-Wernert, and the couple were narrled at the Sacred Heart Catho- c church, Livermore, November 12, 907. They have three children: Mrs. Gus Basalle and Alvln, Cherokee, and Mrs. Wagner. Surprise Honors Kramnr Brothers— Kathryn Deim and Mary Glsch Algona, gave a surprise party at Jos. Kramar'et Friday evening, honoring Clarence and Raymond Kramar. Forty young people were en- ertalned. Till 10 o'clock games were )layed, after which there was danc- ng to radio, Victrola, and mouth- organ music. Refreshments were served at the close ^f the evening. Hrokcn Arm Is He-dressed— Peter Erpelding, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fourage and their little son Joseph, drove to Fort Dodge last Thursday, and Mr. Fourage consulted Doctor Been and had an arm dressed which wne >roken several weeks ago in a fall from ft load of hay. Stitches In Wound llcmoved— Peter Becker drove to Humboldt ast week Mondy, and Doctor Miller took out seven stitches in the wound n his right hand. He suffered the ? ash while he was splitting wood several days before. Snow Fences Up 1" Time- Men working for the state and county at putting ,up enow fences finished in this locality just In time for the recent heavy snowstorm. Other St. Joe. W. J- Payne, farm editor of We called Saturday at D. T. Hobson's, four miles north of Burt, and talked old times. The Hobsons once lived a half mile east and 3% miles j south of Burt, ,on the farm where Henry Reiken now- lives. At that time it was mostly ponds. The writer well remembers the great number of muskrats in the sloughs. At this time of the year one . could spear them through the Ice. We remember that one morning before go- Ing to school we speared 36 muskrats in an hour. We used to get 4c to lOc a pelt. It was great sport. There certainly is a considerable difference .between weight and 'price RECEPTION FOR EX-IRVINGTON GIRL IS GIVEN Irvington, Nov. 15 — Mr. and Mrs. J. M.-Cox^M. de L, Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Parsone, the Ted Harrs, and the ' Earl Millers were guests at a wedding reception at Mart Jones's, Algona, in -honor of their daughter Lucile and Herbert Montgomery, of Akron, who were married Saturday afternoon at Canton, S. D. More than 50 gueets at- drain below the frost line. The inside tank also has a drain with a manhole, and repair man, when necessary, can get down to look after connections, etc. The pipes to be outside tank and to the house drain to this Inside manhole, which carries surplus water off below . the frost line. The outside tank has provision . for straw Insulation • al around and over the top, with an opening where stock can drink. The water system, like other Oxley improvements, was well thought out and is complete. Mr. Oxley has fat stock, hogs and cattle, and he .was hopeful that the election would improve the markets. * Stewarts, who were •visiting' relatives in Hampton, were called home. Herman Flattie's Father Dies — Mr. Pla'the, 79, father of Herman Plathe, died Sunday night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry Thilges. Mr. tPlathe underwent an operation at Rochester some time ago, and had not recovered, and recently complications set in. Party for Mildred Bole- Fifty young people surprised Mildred Dole on her 18th birthday last Thursday evening. Cards and dancing were enjoyed, and refreshments were served. Pupils to Give Program — A program by puplle of the Irv- Armistice, Day Is 'Celebrated— Armistice day was observed Fri- SHEEP MARKET IS Senator Patterson drove down from Burt Saturday 'and among other things obtained the 'latest election returns. When he left home he was under the Impression that his district majority was 107, as stated in last week's 'papers, but on arrival he learned that revised returns gave him a lead of 192. Mr. Patterson expressed astbnish- day at the .Pannkuk coliseum, andlment that he bad escaped the dem- all the school children attended In a body. The program was: Invocation; Soldiers' Chorus, 1 - boys' glee clulj; music fey high school band; reading, Mrs. Steven de Vrles; group of 'patriotic songs, boys' and girls' glee clubs; address, the Rev. Mr. Hueser, Algona Baptist pastor; songs by audience; benediction. There was _no school in the afternoon. H. S. Pep Club Is Org-anlzcd— A. high sch'ool "pep" club was recently .organized. • The membership includes two-thirds of the .pupils. Cheer leaders are Helen Beed, Lois Heifner, Ardis Keiley. The club's name has not yet been chosen. The club will provide stunts at basket- jail games. Hogs to Chicago Market— William Schram, hog buyer, accompanied W. A. Jennings, of Chicago, to Chicago. Mr. Jennings had been visiting his family at Estherville. Mr. Schram shipped five double deck cars of hogs Saturday. the of Advance, and E. B. Ellsworth. Humboldt, Des Moim* Register representatives, called on people in this neighborhood last week Monday. Nicholas Kirsch and Laurence Rhinish, White Lake. S. D., who have been picking corn. In this neighborhood, spent a few days last -- J. Kellner'e. . Sweeneys, (Rodman, and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. tfaber, of Whittemore, were dinner S ueata John Frlderes home one day woman's Farm Bureau at the last club ; heduled for la«t Thursday ' a An,ton Becker's was post- "Tnumber of people from here at- T card party and 'dance last ? St. Cecelia's academy, M- Ou.B-11. and Al- vln • Leneru'rche'rokee, .spent the ^rtrude.KlePper, sSy Bend. family John Zellar Chevrolet coach. new Ogrens to South. «*»* belt, tended the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery did' not arrive in Algona until 7:30 Saturday evening, because of snow-blocked roads. They planned to leave early this week for Akron, where they will make their future home. The bride taught school at Akron for three years, and Mr. Montgomery is a rural mail carrier. Watsons Well on Coast — Dick Watson, who went to San Francisco late in the summer with his younger brother Bob, returned Saturday. He reports his father, Ray Watson, who is employed in San Francisco, well. Bob remained and is an honor student in one of the San Francisco high schools. This semester he Is also taking up print- Ing, and helps edit a school paper, and on Saturday works in a garage. Next. semester .he is going to take up piano as a special study. ^ Missionary Society Meets— The Missionary society met Friday afternoon with Mrs. A. McLean, Magazine articles on Slam and the Southern Mountains were read by Mesdames V. J. 'Schlchtl, M. L. Roney, and K. P. Roney. Prayer was offered by several. Mrs. Me. Lean, leader, read the 14th chapter of John. A request number, Held in His Mighty Arms, was sung toy Mrs. Schiohtl and Mrs. McLean. A chicken supper was served at '4 : 30. Madeline Miller Given Party— Airs Earl Miller entertained in Madeline's afternoon, honor of her daughter llth birthday Saturday with 25 present. Guests were her teachers, Mary Wildln Casey Loss, and friends. was held in the Irvington church parlor, and the afternoon was spent „ playing games. After efresh- ments were served the gifts were opened. Bob Stewart Under Knife— Bob Stewart, 65, father of George Stewart, underwent an operation for ruptured appendix Monday. Mr. Stewart was taken seriously 111 Sun- thought and Mre. The party refresh birthday ETTER THAN SODA FOR STOPCH AfiONY Certainly repeated trials have shown you that soda, can not b? unted on to end your s.toniach Sy. And magnesia Is no better. K you really want to get rid of h distress, forget these so- alkaline digestante and I Jwt tabiespoonful <* Juk», or j with your NQ gas. No pain. Ns No unpleasant symptoms ington school will be presented at the church 'Friday evening. A lunch of sandwiches, pie, and coffee will be served. Other Trvlnpton "News. Mr. and Mrs. C, H. Hain, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hoover, Burt, were .Sunday guests at Glen Hain's. The Charles Reapers and James: Dltsworths, Algona, were Sunday guests at Sam Reaper's. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Summers entertained Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parsons! Pauline 'Black, and Marguerite Skllllng at a 6 o'clock dinner in honor of their son Robert's bir.thday Tuesday evening. Bert Sankey Is suffering with blood-poisoning in one leg, which developed after the leg had been injured. Bert has been under a doc- tore' care, 'and is now slightly improved. -','., Mrs.. J.,C. Mawdeiey and son went to Reinbeck last week Wednesday to spend a few days with her parents. Mr. Mawdsley drove down Sunday after them. Mike Lenners had an ankle injured and had part of hie clothing: torn off when one foot caught In the power take-off of his corn picker last week. Arthur, son of Mr, and Mrs. Henry "Meyers, Is staying with his grandparents, the Thomas Chlltone, and attending school in Irvington. 'Wilmer, son of the Robert Spurgeons, is Buffering with Infection In one thumb, which was Injured with a hammer last Saturday. Indians Win 2 B. B. Games- Last Thursday night, at the high school gymnasium, the local H. S. basketball team played against Bancroft and Woden, and won both, games. The junior girls sold pop* corn and made $3. Chang-en at Standard OH Station- Rex Austin, employed at the local Standard Oil station, and Carl Callies, truck driver, 'have resigned. It is not known yet who will succeed them. ocratlc avalanche. If the official counfsustaln's the unofficial returns In all cases, he will be the only republican in the legislature from this district. The unofficial returns show election of a democratic representative in every county. At the moment, Mr. Patterson is more Interested in the sheep market than In .politics. A few weeks ago he and his brother Charles, who also resides in Portland township, bought 3,000 sheep, which they are at present feeding, but expect to market soon. The fat sheep market is at present about the only market for farm products which promises a profit. The sheep came from Montana and were bought for the Pattersons by their brother Harold, who Is a commission sheep -buyer there. Mr. 'Patterson is farming 240 acres- of his own land and he rents 240 acres more. He had 75 acres of alfalfa, this season and will have 160 acres <next year. Practically a'll feed raised Is fed. The sheep are consuming a ton each of alfalfa hay, silage, and grain daily. All cattle ed this year have been .marketed. ', W, DAHLHAUSERS TO MOVE TO LOUISIANA PLANTATION Club to Entertain Husbands — Woman's club will entertain ahd teachera this week Friday night at the I. O. O. F. hall. Bridge will be the diversion. Xew Oil Station Is Planned- Otto Falk will be manager of a new oil station to be conducted in the, building formerly owned by the Falk brothers. Auto Crank Breaks Arm— While he was cranking his car one day last week, Amos Bonacker suffered a" broken right arm. Otlier Titonka News. The Woman's club was entertained last Thursday evening at Mrs. 'Jay Budlong's; assisting hostessi Mrs. Mary Reltermari; leader, Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe. Attending: Mrs. Frances Budlong, Mrs. Pierre Sartor, Mrs. C. Hoon, Mrs. S. J. de- Vries, Mre. «. Rachut, Mrs. Wolfe, Mrs. Theodore Dun/mire, Mrs. Homer Downs, Mrs, H. A. French, Mrs}. Harry Beed, Mns. Mary Oesterreicher. Aletha Schreck entertained her bridge club Friday evening at Carrie Bonacker's. Attending: Donald. Bacon, Ethe^ Wellemeyer, Milton Pendergast, Arthur Jay Budlong. Phy- dells Peterson, Oecar Blanchard, Estelle Bonacker., Milton Pendergast won the travel prize. Mrs, Carrie Torgerson and Lois Heifner went to Des Molnes for part of last week. Mrs. Torgerson returned Saturday, Lois, who visited a sister, remaining 1 till thie week Tuesday, The Wednesday Dinner club was entertained at t&fl Stott's last week Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. H. AUCTION SALE! Having decided to niove to J^oiiiaiana, I am offering for sale at auction— Friday, November 25 at 1 o'clock f. in, at the P, W, Dahlbauser farm < half mile south and one and one-half mile east of- Whittemore, the following— TTT? 18 good milch cows, several fresh by day of sale, others coming in soon; 3 heifers; 4 young hulls, balance are calves; i registered Shorthorn herd bull. These cattle are nearly all purebred Shorthorns with the exception of two good ftolsteifts. 10 HEAP OF DUEOC JERSEY BOAKS •10 head of good Duroc Jersey boars; 19 he ^ P^ good Duroc Jersey open gilts; 60 head of good feeding stioats. Thes§ hoga are all double treated (or cholera. Also some sows with piss- , D 4 G00D WO»K HQBSES One bay gelding. 8 yre. old, wt about 1600; 1 bay gelding 6 yrs, i>ld, wt about 1400; I bay geldln« 18 yrs. old, wt about 1400; I brown geldtwg 14 yrs. oW, wt, about 1400. The above are all good work horses. Jf UwJM Jt^lJM pr V* * J^-wylHL- iS§-AV'W.ft»SJM'^S'^ White LejfUoru Fullets. B»»y oilier ttillifs osu ^^wRpv^»^**wwPw Whittemore, Nov. 15—P. "W. Dahl- haueer, veteran farmer here, and two married sons plan to leave in two weeks for a new home in Louisiana, where they have bought land and will continue farming. , P. J. Dahlhauser, one of the sons, will first 1 'tybld a closing- out farm sale. The elder Dahlhauser has for many years been prominent in local activities, also in county (Farm Bureau Clr.cles.'.< 'He,\i6kthe lather of Carl Dahihaueer, of Bancroft, Kossuth sheriff-elect. • Rake Pierces Knee. St. Joe, Nov. 15—Mrs. Edw..Hammer has been suffering from a •painful accident which .occurred late last week. On ice and snow she allppec and -fell over a- garden rake, one 01 the-tinee of which pterced* one of her knees: Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance BLIC AUCTION As I am going to move to Louisiana in the near future, I will offer for sale the following line of farm, machinery, cattle, hogs, feeds, etc., on my farm one- half mile south and one and one-half miles east of Whittemore, on— dnesday, Nov. 23 Sale Starts at 10 a. m. Lunch Served on Grounds 74 CATTLE 74 31 head of grade Guernsey milk cows. These cows have a Cow-testing Association Record for the past five years; 11 head of steers; 2-year-old full- blood Guernsey bull; 4-year-old Guernsey bull, butterfat, '623 Ibs. (Class AA) dam's record; 18 head of yearling heifers; 8 small calves. 9 HORSES 9 8-year-old black gelding, 1700 'Ibs.. 10-year-old black mare, 1500 Ibs.; 1 bay gelding 5 yrs. old, 1600 Ibs.; sorrel gelding 5 yrs. old, 1600 Ibs.; 3-year-old black mare, 1450 Ibs.; 8-year-old ba,y mare, 1250 Ibs:; 5-year-old bay mare, 14|o Ibs.; 2-year-old bay gelding; 1 saddle pony 8 yrs. old. 3 Buck Sheep—One Bred Ewe HOGS A1VD CHICKENS One Duroc yearling boar; 1 yearling sow with. 9 pigs; some feeding shoats, 150 pullets. FULL LINE OF MACHINERY Three Portable hog houses, 8x18; 12-ft. James Way brooder house; 2 tank heaters; potato spray;.3 hayracks; 3 wagons; 1 triple box , wagon; John. Deere hay loader; Hayes corn planter with 80 feet of wire; John Deere corn binder; 2 manure spreaders; 1 buggy; 5 h. p. Sadley engine; 1 disc cultivator; 2- row John Deere cultivator; 2-row Surface cultivator and a 1-row Surface cultivator; Dain grass mower, 5- ft. cut; McCormick hay rake; 1 hob sled; Watts corn sheller; 4-section steel drag; Ronning silage cutter and blower; 2 row new idea corn picker; Ross silage cutter; gang plow; 1 sulky plow; hay stacker; 8-ft.' spader disc; 10-ft. Rock Island disc; 45-bushel Economy hog feeder; 2 hog waterers; Rosco oat huller;' 48-ft. grain elevator and power; Model T Ford truck; seed corn racks;.3 sets of harness and bridles;-power w.ashing machine;-large size,Ford truck\hox;, grain drill; 2 Malleable ranges; chicken feeders; barrels; 200-egg incubator; No. 17 De Laval cream separator; heating stove; and other articles too numerous to mention. FEED—30 tons of alfalfa and 10 tons of prairie hay in barn and stack; 125 tons of silage; quantity of barley free 105 oats, and 50 bushels of potatoes. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with ypur banker. .••••., P. J. DAHLHAUSER Lou Matern, Algona, Auct. John Cullen, Clerk !£||||i:!lllllllllllll!lllllllllllll!llllllllll^ 2-piece Mohair Suite $38.50 9x12 Felt Bate Rug $4.95 Heavy built Pull-up Chair $4-95 Linoleum or Congoleum for your floor, per sq, yard SOc and up Inner Spring Mattress Imported Damask Tick Table, Bridge or Junior lamp Regular $3.75 to $13.75 , $1.95to$S.7S Lloyd Loom Woven Baby Carriage, full size S10.7S Seamlew Velvet Rug With long h^avy nap, v Regular $33,50 value. $19.75 .'^ Store full of new good* »t the new low pri<

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