Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1933 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 2, 1933
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FEBRUARY 2, 1933. 1R II C m TT NS M mm euton, Jifl- 31-iPenton won both in * bw*e"»n double-header t wirfttemore. on the local vSwr Might .In the first the local junior high won by a « of'19-15. The score at the half 9 8 in Fenton's favor. Fctiton ht the load and held It throughout game. In the first, teams game nton won 38-27, and'the leading "' f or Fenton were Kramer and tt, while for WMttemore Qulnn Illlecl most points. Lumen Hero for Visit- Iverno Tubbs and Mre. F. L. Ran- v Marshall, Minn., visited Sunday O J. Ranney's. Mrs. F. L. ttan- 'who lives In Orange, Calif., Is lading tho winter with her daugh- Mrs. Tutobs, at Marshall. The ]'L Ranneye were early settlers th'te neighborhood and, it Is be- fcved, lived at Algona for some , .i, e fore they went to the coast. -ucsl Clubs Are Entertained— INettlo Welsbrod was hostess at lur tables of bridge Saturday even- Dr. W. 8. Meyer and Mathilda resstn won the high scores. Mrs. f p Newel entertained her bridge tub Saturday afternoon. Mrs. O. H. Iraiham received highest score; Mrs. I W. Ruske the travel prize. Mrs. ,.jlc MdFall entertained the Hook I Needle club Saturday evening. •ridge Party Is Given— I Mr. and Mrs. F. H. <Bohn enter- jitned at bridge Monday night. The beets were Mesdames and Messrs. \sjRoy Boettcher, W. W. Boettcher. urt, Charles Schemmel, Calmar, frilliam Relmers, 'Whittemore, E. Johnson, B. C. Welsbrod, O. H. Iraham, H. E. Relmers, George lettchcr. '• 'akes Family to Coast— . I Wilfred Stoeber, who had been •orklng at Mlnneapolle since some- Ime last fall, took a family to Cali- ornla In his oar last week. He to find someone there to ac- [ompany him back. al Brents of Week— Ruth Mao Kyle entertained 'her lunday school class at her home Irlday evening. The W. R. "WoKes fcere 6 o'clock dinner guests at K. p. Stephenson's Friday. ayes Hav c New Daughter — j Mrs. Donald Welsbrod has word at a daughter -was recently born > her sister, Mrs. Arthur Rave at felngsted. Arnold K ran scs Have Babe— A 6-lb. boy was toorn to Mr. and lire. Arnold OH. Krause last Thursay. He was named Arnold Henry IF. Other Fenton News. j The P. H. Jensens, Fort Dodge, Jrere Sunday visitors with relatives Jere and at Seneca. The W. W. iettchers, CBurt, were at George feoettcher's. The H. H. Widdeto pere at Martin Wilberg's, near Sen, Sunday evening. The A. J. •auee, John Gramenz, August Nelon, and Karl Neileon families were Intertalned at dinner at E. C. Fauer- ly's Sunday evening. Th« F. H. ohns, E. C. Welsbrod, H. E. Relm- |rs, and George Boettchers were at /he William Relmers home, Whltte- Inore, last.- week, Monday^eyening. - I P. C. Bailey, Iowa Falls, and his Ion James came Saturday to attend funeral of Mrs. Henry Neuman. a, and spent Sunday with the iBalleys here, F. C. was for y years cashier 'here, first of the pld 'Farmers Fenton Savings, then ft the Fenton State. He is now in Plate employ as examlner-in-charge f closed banks. All Iowa Falls anks closed a few months ago. • The Oliver Stoebers, Armstrong, famo Friday evening to vtalt the W, . Stoebers till Sunday. Esther Pmith spent the week-end at her Ppme at Swea City. Mr. and Mr*. pro Elerlck. Whittemore. visited f>ver Sunday at L. J. Wetebrod's. I Marlett Helgeeon, Rlngsted. spent File week-end with Margie Klelnhek- V*i Miss Helgason is a former e Economics instructor in the al high school. Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod entertained «esdame 8 w. E. Stoeber, Hattle Vetebrod, j. F. Newel/ and j T 'Say. 1 * qUlUlne party . laBt L „?• . J v - Ruske, Mrs. ' Chris Hueke, m» i" nk Balleyfi attended the v° f Mr " Balle y' 8 8tete «-. Mrs. eumai >. AlBona, Saturday. Gephard «*<«* from last U BVW| W at Hei "-y ty to S| Algona - ^d wrote coun- IV teachers' examinations. |Alvln r £, ha8 rea °hed here that the lea to « U6S home at Galt "M burn-' PALO ALTO FARMERS FIGHT AND POSTPONE TAX SALE The Palo Alto (Farmers' ITolldav association mot at EmmetsburK n week ago Friday night n.nd resolved to stage a big demonstration nt the courthouse today In nn effort to got the delinquent tax sal,* fo,. |,., sl yt ,., r postponed again. Tho. Dcrnocr'nt says they want to put Uio «alo off 5!) flays more. At tho same meeting it was deckled to appoint a committee representing every township to Investigate all Palo Alto foreclosure proceedings, according to the Democrat, drastic means to prevent eviction of mortgagees will bo used it peaceful menus fall. KOS5UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA W. J. Payne, Editor. Klnmp, Field Ilcportcr. DECLAM TILT FEBRUARY 8 ATLEDYARD 9 - lb - Sunday. Calmar, E c w, or a few ' WeisbrodB an ^ other local Snftne r City. severed his . Watte. Hto at Swea ' w ho/has been ek " the WeWbrod, O. H. made last d> and hte *«* Monday ^ Vteltors bere Jan. 31— Next week Wednesday the sonolr high declamatory contest will bo held at the H. 8. auditorium. Following Is the program : Oratorical— lAlvln Deipplng, The Constitution; Dale Estle, The Sacrifice That Failed; Tllmcr Halvorson Carbon Copies; Lillian Sanders, Born Rich; Kenneth Thompson, The Failure of Success. ' Dramatic— (Lyla Hamm, The Going of the White Swan; Lydla Logemann. The Wheels of Time; Marjory Matzener, Dr. Carter and His Mother; Mary Miller, The Beautiful (Dear World; Eleanor Sanders Strlngheart. Humorous — Crystal Berglund, Mrs. Caudle Urging the Need ol Spring Clothes; Thelma FrJest, Life on the Ocean Wave; James Logan, •Home Talent Rehearsal; Lumetta Reece,, Blind Dates; Frieda Scha- denflorf, Beauty Is Skin Deep. Honor Roll at School- Credits are given to pupils for the work done for the.Putuwiz school paper, and the staff positions they •hold. (Lillian Sanders was highest for the first semester, with 146 credits; James 1/ogan, second, 112. Others who deserve honorable mention are Tllmer Halvorson, '86; Fern Lewis', 85; 'Ervin Kllnkslek, 76; Willis Dyer, 73; Paul NHz, 63; Thelma Friest, 48; Lydia Logeman, 43. Marvin Junkermeler, 40; Marjory Matzener, 43. The high school recently received a certificate granting a chapter of "Quill and Scroll," international honorary society for high school Journalists. Boyg Win from Lakota — The h. S. basketball boys played at Lakota last week Tuesday and won, 29-14. (Last Thursday the boys and girls' teams went to Lone Rock, and the boys lost, 25-23, in fast game in which they had the lead till the final minutes of play. The girls also lost, 18-10. Mrs. Dyer Loses 'Father- Mrs. Henry Dyer received word last week iMonday of the death of her father at Cylinder. Willis went there the following day, and Mr. Dyer and the boys attended the funeral Wednesday. Mrs. Dyer haa been sick and was not able to go. Mrs. Thompson's Cousin Killed — Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended the funeral of Alton Benedict at 'Lu Verne last Thursday. Mr. Benedict, a cousin of Mrs. Thompson, -.was. , killed by .a. train in Missouri. Mr. Thompson was a pall- ibearer. Former Ledyard Woman 7fi — Mrs. Mary Tillmoney, Ames, celebrated her 75th 'birthday Sunday. Relatives and friends here remembered her with a postal card ehow- er. Mrs. Tillmoney has been sick, but Is slowly recovering. Independent* Ixise to Sanborn— Last week Monday the local B. B. independents played at Sanborn and were defeated, 30-27. Last week Wednesday the Woden town team played here, and the locals won, 40-33. Vaccination School Is Hold- Last Thursday afternoon and Friday morning County Agent Morrison held a echool of Instruction on hog vaccination for a group of farmers at the school-house. Young People Go Skating: — Large.. groups of young people gathered at a pond at .Herman Herzog's Friday evening and Saturday afternoon for ice skating. Other Ledyard News. Mrs. Gable entertained Mr. and Mrs. August Gelhaus and Muriel Reece at Sunday dinner. Monday was Mr. Gelhaus' 73rd birthday and also the daughter Cleo's birthday. 'Barbara' Wylatn. Swea City, spent the week-end at D. B. Mayer's. Her sister Lola and Jeanette Wilson were Sunday dinner guests at the same place. N. A. Plngle, Mrs. Looft, and the latter's son Albert visited Fred Looft at Bancroft last Thursday. Fred was able to leave the hospital Saturday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith, Lakota, visited at parental Estle home last week .Tuesday. Harold Granner refereed basket- Ul .games '-at Bancroft last Thure- day evenjna and at Thompson 'Friday evening. The Fred Gordons, Buffalo Center, 'spent last week Wednesday and Thursday at Wm. Flynn's and Ray Gordon's.i Lydla Junkermeler returned last Thursday, after having helped with the housework at George Dunn's two weeks. Marjorle Stranahan entertained the Sewing Circle at the Mrs. Ella Gel'haus's last week Monday evening. Alexander Lloyd, Fairmont, visited his sons Warren and James from last Thursday till Sunday. Mr. Edwards, Mason City, and his daughter Mary Louise called on friends here last week Monday. Otto Swalve was at Bancroft last Thursday, consulting Doctor Devine. . William La Coeur, Amboy, Minn., spent the week-end at Jay Blowe's, The Leon Wordens spent Sunday at B. C. Campbell's, near Seneca. Genevieve Kitley spent the weekend a| her home at Hajdy. WilJiaw Weiflberger, Minneapolis, I-lan- <t Thursday Tie was busy re"Is grinder. Wo must have ''pen tho jinx, for just as wo arrived Hie grinder broke. That didn't set •so well. ATr. Hanson lives two miles West and two miles north of Wesley. At the Wm. Ttlcko farm two miles west and one mile south of Wesley they had been hauling hogs to market. They were paying $2.70 a hundred in Wesley Saturday. Mr. Ulcke was ndt very well when we called last fall, but now said he was feeling fine. We had a short visit Friday with Jet-Ren Skow, who lives three miles west and one mile north of Wesley. Ho showed us a wagon and box he rebuilt and painted. He said it cost nearly as much as a new wagon, even if h e had done the work. He did a -very good Job. •Friday at 'Rudolph Larson's, two miles east and fivo miles north of 'Sexton, w 0 found Mr. Larson busy with his cattle. He has more than 100 head, and some of the yearling calves weigh DOO Ibs. Rudolph was limping when he walked, and he told us he- had hurt his knee. At the Christian Peters home three miles north of Wesley we found that Mr. Peters had been elck I with the flu for three weeks. Last I week Wednesday was the first day ho had :been out of bed in that time. He was feeling much better and hoped to be out before long. The Quaker Oats Co. has an elevator at Swea City. There is at least one 2,000-bimhel corn crib in connection, and now another is be- ig built. Tho manager 'Of tho elevator Is Frank J. Thomson, who some years, ago was manager of the Plum Crock elevator and lived at Algona. The Algona papers used to spell his sin-name "Thompson," but "Thomson" is correct. There was an exciting time at the David Frlets farm near Lakota one day recently. The men were butchering a hog, when they noticed that the family dog had developed a peculiar bark and was frothing at the mouth. When he began to run In circles and then started for the men they thought It was time to seek cover, so they climbed Into a car. The dog veered off down a lane, am) 'Mr. Frlets went to the house for his gun. The Record says that as he was coming out the dog pushed his way inside. Mr. Frlets and his wife ran into another room and shut the door, but after a few minutes during which the dog circled the kitchen Mr. Friets opened the door a trifle and fired a shot which killed the animal. SPECIAL NOTICE GLASS OF ALL KINDS We have added to our regular auto glass service a complete line of window glass for homes. When In need of window glass it will pay-you to get our price on our A quality glass. JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 Baby Chicks Our Giant incubators in our new up-to-date hatchery building are now going and your every need in chicks whether in day old or started chicks cari now be supplied at new low prices. Chicks that WILL live and grow. HAMILTON HATCHERY BANCROFT, IOWA The 'Dependon; Store HAS LOTS AND LOTS OF EATABLES— Really the Richelieu and Baby Stuart Groceries Aire the best for your money. And you know the 'Pure Quill' Coffee cannot be beat. Fruit and Vegetables are here—always fresh at— AKRE'S Phone 290- RQBLEMS ARE INVITED IF YOU have any printing jobs turn them overtoils for a perfect result. We will gladly advise you, without charge, on any printing problems you have, Public Auction Form for Sale Bill and Advertisement l-It is customary to start out with some reason for holding the sale, such as "As I am about to quit farming and move to town." Give your reason here: 3—Give day and date of sale 4—Give hour when sale is to begin 6—What about lunch, if any?_ 6-How many horses? .....Describe each animal, with weight and age, and If you have any outstanding horses or teams give particulars will know only what you tell him In youVbllli and1 iu close out Let the printer sweat if yours is a long bill-the price will be the 9—Sheep, mules, or other stock?. 10—Chickens, ducks, geese, etc.?.. 11-r-Which do you want to come first—horses, cattle, or hogs? 12-Parm machinery. Give make and condition. Make a complete list. In these automobile days grindstone may fetch a buyer ten miles away 13—Miscellaneous 14—See your banker, get the terms, and set them out here. How many months? 1^—How many bills do you want? (The usual number is 100) . = 16—How large an ad do you want? (The usual size Is one-fourth page) recommended for sales where considerable property Is to be sold. S 17—Your name 18—Auctioneer 19—Clerk Remember that from the north line of Fenton, Burt, Portland, and Buffalo townsbtoi to the sale la well advertised unless it Is advertised in the Advance. Even if " WWWKUJ. #> up your advertisement Is run in the Advance. Tour local paper as a rule "the Advance circulates throughout the county and goes into practical! In these days of the automobile farmers think nothing pf traveling 20 10 su miles tance will often pay many times the expense of an advertisement to the Advance. (JiUp this advertisement aud put it where yoi can find ijji „« «. tt * WMUrtjr ** T*** **** *

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