Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1933 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 2, 1933
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PAGE EIGHT KOSSUTH OIL MEN LEARN DETAILS OF NEW MOTOR FUEL n MI ii • Several auto loads of station agents mid other gas and oil men of the county attended a Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation ha mi net at Mason City Monday night. Announcement was made of a new motor fuel, D-X, developed by the corporation and placed on sale Monday. Algonia,ns who attended were Ixnils fbynk, district agent, N. E. Maxwell, local agent. Donald Jliner, Cecil McCrinnis, Earl Moore, .D. E. Dewel, and 'II. :B. Waller, all of Aleona; Editor R. U Burdino. Peter Schumacher, C. Hoblnwon, Whit to- mere ; Rflltor Lee O. Wolfe, Homer Downs, John Bleich, Tltonka; Paul Flaherty, Wesley; Arthur, 2,193: m 1 1 n I-M mum M..I ,i..i .» Basketball "Dope" By EVAN E. FINNELL mond, and Ernest Priebe, Robert Goetsch, and Jlildreth Pcttit, Lone Rock. Fred M. Koontz, vice president in The academy .squad won from the j Whittemore academy team on the ,' la t tor's floor Friday evening, 35-27. ( I The locals, after a short session of I hard luck, have returned to the win- j nlng class. i The Whittemore gym Is a 'handi- | cap to basketball teams, because of j lack of size In the court. The locals' style of fast breaking plays : netting short tip-in- shots was considerably cramped by lack of space. I Both teams had to depend on straight basketball and long shots . to tally points. Nearly all points Ray- I wc >'e made on long shots. ketis, put t):? locals in the lead in the final period. t t t The local academy quintet will meet the Wesley high school on bhe local floor tomorrow evening. AVes- ley won from the-locals in the previous game on the Wesley floor. This promises to be a fast game for the locals have again caught the winning stride, and Wesley ranks l/"°°?' f ll ICfll n '"" """• rti-m »»*•*• ,*... I .-. J. i_ JXlVtl V1G>\ , KOSSUTH RESIDENT SINCE 1872 DIES AT ALGOJA HOME Mrs. Ernest Neuman, 6G, Algona, who had been sick four years, died last week Wednesday at her home. She was afflicted with arthritis and gallstones, and had long been bedfast. During the last month or more she suffered severely and lost strength. The Rev. G. V. Hulse, pastor, conducted funeral services at , ternoon, and burial was made In FUNERAL SERVICES AT LUVERNE FOR ACCIDENT VICTIM Lu Verne, Jan. 31-^Funeral services were held last Thursday at the Presbyterian church for Alton Benedict, killed while boarding a moving train last week Monday night .at Cape Glrardeau, Mo. The (ihurch was filled and many stood outside. The Rev. A. J. Koonce, pastor, officiated,, and music was Sale Dates Feb. 8—C. E. Ijongnecker, general farm sale, one mile east of Burt. WANT ADS *- PHON03 -55 IFOR LOW COST IN- eurance. 6u24tf -,,, ' , , n musc was Saturday af- i furnished by a ciuartet composed of Airs. Neuman's given names were Lena Afay, and she was .born In Clayton county October 7, 1866. Bhe The Algona quintet led throughout thp game. The score at the half stood Ifl-S. In the second half many A- l C.-II JJ, IVIIUIIL/., VlUt.; president 111 ' lllu .-H-UUIH* II.LU. IIUIU.V 1UUICS charge of manufacturing, told of the i wp re committed. "Red" Kelly and development of D-X. This is a new fuel, in which oil of high beat-resisting qualities is retained in the gasoline. This oil furnishes a heretofore missing lubricant for valvo stems and seats and pistons and upper cylinder walls not reached toy i Junior Kelly, of the local team, were lost via the foul route. Junior Kelly played the best game for the locals, and tallied 16 points. Farrell played best for the opponents, also making 16. crank case or forced lubrication. The oil-content process has been The Algona line-up was Kelly a.nd among county qulntests. t t t The -Britt high school basketball squad came here Tuesday night for a practice game with the local high sciiool team. No score was kept. t t T Basketball games scheduled for fouls •'" le coni ' n s week include: 1 Academy—'Friday, February 3, Wesley high school, here; Tuesday, February 7, Whittemore academy, ' "V 8 " 8 1>uss J:lalley w Here; Friday, February 10, Corpus Mr ' Neuman - a™* they Christ!, Fort Dodge, here. Whittemore. High echool-JSaturday, February ' Four chlldren were born, three of 4, Livermore, here; Friday, Febru-1 wllom are married: Mrs. Bertha Mrs. Byron H. Llchty, Jones, and 8. F. Ltchty, Ptilllips. . . . Cousins of the deceased served as pallbearers. •Mr. Benedict was born at Kan, ••*"•» ».t-»v*iiw»4*ji» wtirj 'uui H lit ±vfl,n~ came with her parente, H H. and awha May 24,1905, but when he was Julia Bailey, to Kossuth in 1S72, and six his parents, Mr. and (Mrs. I. H. BALED STRAW FOR SAIL/13.—<!. L. Dlttmer, Burt. 7p21-24 FOR JfflffitfT—{DUPLEX (apartment modern). Call '31G-J. 7p FOR iSATJE—CREAM SEPARATOR and wagon.—Mrs. Elsie Cady. 9u21 CAIKD OF TJMNiiB—•WE WISH to eipreiw otir heartfelt thanks' to neghbors and friends for their 'help and kindness following the death of Mrs. Minnie Wlldln.—'Leland Wilden and the Wlldln and Baae families. (56)p2i MEN WtAiNTKD FOR SRAWILBIGH routes of 800-consumers at cities of Algona, Rolfe, Emmoteburg, and nothwest Kosetith. Reliable hustler can start earning $25 weekly and In- crease every friohth. Write im ately fiawlelgh Co., Dept Y« I?" tTl,.nn«^.^ ' til ' ' V ~' ' 111. 666 MQUlD - TABLETS Chocks CoMg first day, Seiirnlsrln In 80 minutes, nn 3 days. (IflO SALVE for ] 1Pll( , Most Speedy Bomofllcs Km>,vn FOR SAiDEJ—ST. BERNARD PUPS —Henry Pergande, Lu Verne. 8p20-21 the family lived on a homestead near Lone Rock till 1S75, when Mr. j Bailey became custodian of the ! county farm. Later they moved to a farm near Whittemore. In 1SSS Miss Bailey was married to resided at 'Benedlct, came here, and Lu Verne was still ,h« home at death. For some years'he was associated with his father in the grocery business TEAM OF HORSES FOR SALE OR trade for calves.—'R. A. Harvey. Ilu21 Hansen at forward, "Red" Kelly at center, and I-teggarty and Capeslus patentee!, ami D-X succeeds Dia- at #uard. Lichter and Baker were mond 760 gasoline. It does not form j substitutes. Baker played a good carbon, as does oil that is poured in- ; Kamp after retiring Kelly from cen to gasoline tanks at pumps, and it softens oM carbon and makes it disappear. The new fuel also quickens starting- and properties. Mi: Koontii clwcribcil the technical stops taken in manufacture of. the new product ami answered rjues-;'>'' " 10 Corpus Christ! academy at tlons relative to its properties. | Fort Dodge Tuesday night, 31-17. R. W. McDowell, vice president in ' Tll e game was ragged, and the locals nry 10, Webster City, here. I Bbert, Whittemore; Henry, of Al| Boosters—Emmetsbiirg, February ^° na; Mrs ; James K*l"on, Sioux ' was noble grand' of the local I 13. I City. Another daughter, Dorothy, te o. F. lodge. here. Last fall he visited his only "' brother Ira af Milwaukee, then ~ spent most of the winter up to his death with his sister, Mrs. Bmil Meyer, Bur.fordvllle, Mo. He wae en route home when the accident which caused death occurred. He O. EXPERIENCED OIRL wants work. Wages reasonable. —Call 14-88, 'Burt. 9p21 possesses anti-knock jter. \\"hittemore's line-up was Higgins ! and Elbert at toward, Farrell at Iconter, and JlcDonnel.1 and O'>Brien at st - uard. t t t Cecelia's nuint AS THE Team Boosters Academy Bulldogs t t t CAG-ER1S AVon _7 3 1 STAND. Lost 5 4 5 Pet. .587 .439 .166 (at home. Mr. Neuman also survives. There are four brothers: Clarence Bailey, Charles City; Loren, of Pet- Out of town attendants at 'the funeral were Mrs. Meyer, Carol, and FOR 8A/LE—ONE SWISS BUULiT 18 months old.—John Ford, Bancroft, Iowa. Ilp21 WANTED — BUFF LEGHORN hatchery flock;—{Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 8u20tf WANT13D TO BUY— TIMOTHY 'OR clover hay. — McGulre Bros., A gona, phone '636. 12u2 1-2 was defeated charge of marketing, wild the corn- got only three out of 1C free throws. —"~»^ "^ in.M ivcLii'^,, rs;uu uie com- -- 1 " 1 ^iii.' umiru UUL ox .LU nee uirows. pany is starting one of (lie biggest -Numborletw shots at the baskets also advertising campaigns in its history j were missed. At the quarter the to aid In popularizing the new fuel. !«coro was 7-G, and at the half it was It was tested in iiOO cars before be-I 17 " 111 , i" Fort Dodge's favor JOHN URCH DIES FOLLOWING STROKE John Urch, who recently suffered, a severe stroke, died Sunday at 'his ( „ „ „ - • • L yle, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Benedict and °f -~-~°™L™™e ; four D a a rd ny> "^ G *°' Thompsone ' Le ™ iPaul, the Jae. Eweifels, Co'rwlth, her husband and Mr. and Mrs. A. Plarlow, Kanawha. 4 _ LOAF .RADES— TERMS— 'All form of insurance — Algona 'Ins. Agencj Reliable Insurance service. 13u21 Mrs. Neuman and _.._ joined the Methodist church a., WhJttemore when they were young people and later transferred to the church here. Mrs. Neuman was active in the Aid and in the Bible Searchers class as long as 'her health continued good. Among persons from the old home at Whittemore who attended the ing put on the market, ho said. Mr. i limcs - J n the second also gave advice on sta- JtcDo\veII tlon care. Merle Smith, of thp ~R. J. Potts advertising a,gency, Kansas City, described the W.tr advertising campaign which hriK been undortaken on D-X. The fir.st in a series of ad- vei-tisemeiit« appears in this week's Advance. The campaign, Mr. Smith said, is one of the biggest contemplated by any corporation in 1033. He complimented the company on it« Dodge made 14 points to A.lgona's 7. - T t The St. Cecelia girls' basketball team lout to the Presentation academy girls at Whittemore Friday evening. 3S-2G. The local team Is coached by Mi.ss Frankl, who has charge of physical culture clauses in the school. The line-up for Algona was Lichter and Gisch at forward, Hughes and Streit and Zender and Dooley at was nom e on East Lucas street, and I funel 'al were Mr. and Mrs. L. W. both 'funeral services were conducted at I Swanaon, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Bar"•- '-- m *--- — her, Mrs. R. (H. Finnell, William Relmers, and Mrs. J. E. Walker. The it centei _ courage in putting on such -a cam- S?uard. The line-up for W'hittemore palgn under present conditions. But was Cullen and Ford, forwards, El- newepaper advertising, he said, isl'^ert and Kelly, centers, and Albia the backbone of every successful llllc:1 Elbert, guards. This was the. first game the local Kossuth Kirls have lost th'is season. They won from the Johawk girls, Mason City, the week before. t t T Tlie high school basketball team broke its "jinx" .Friday evening by winning from Eagle Grove, there, Belling campaign. Mr. Maxwell and other station operators handling Mid-Continent products are anxious to demonstrate the new fuel to purchasers. The local station is across the street east from theWm. C. Steele store. EASTERN STAR SCHOOL NEXT WEEK TUESDAY An Eastern Star school of instruction will ih e held at tlie Masonic Temple next the house Tuesday afternoon at one o'clock by 'his pastor, the Rev. A. H. Hueser, of the Baptist church. Burial was made in Rlverview. Mr. Urch. who was in his S2nd year, wa.s born in Somersetshire, England, September 10, 1851. He was Imarried there March G, 1S72, to Jane Duckett, and they came to America the same year. They settled in Illinois, where they lived 20 years. Then they came liere and began farming three miles east of Algona on McGregor street. Mrs. Urch died in 1S99, and the next year Mr. Urch was married to Dora Weber. They lived on the farm till 1914, when they moved to Algona, and this has been the family home ever since. The Urches have (been prominent in the Baptist church. A. daughter, Alice, died in 1S94, and a son, Albert, In 1919. .Fred, another son, lives at West Concord,' _, i* ^, tl , j_jt*.£^iv; VTl (JVC, L'llct C| -*» wi uuii! ii * i_I3 ^1,1, »Y C«3 L. V-fUJKJUL U. The AJgonians took the lead Minn -, and there are two surviving from the first and held H throughout the game. The score for the first three quarters follows: first, 7-4,second, 12-9; third, 19-13. Nordstrom was outstanding for the locals, with «ix baskets and one free throw. Me'""' Crtzme ^''. and Scllstrom each Oad Matron, and Mrs. Laura Lenz, Mason City, district instructor will •be at the Temple. 'Reservations at 40c a plate must he made by Saturday with Mrs. George H. Free or Mrs. D. D. Monlux. There will be cards .in the afternoon. A school for officers will follow cards, and it win .|, open to members. In the evening Mrs. Blaylock and Mrs. Lenx will speak, and the work will be exemplified under the direction of Mrs. C. IT. Long, Worthy. Matron of the local lodge. A musical program will he given to be followed by .refreshments. Officers and members of all lodges an this neighborhood have been In- \ vited to attend, and delegations are ] expected from West Bend, Burt and ' Whittemore. -*- daughters, Mrs. Paul Black and Mrs. Leslie Jenkins, both of Algona. One .sister, Elizabeth Urch, Algona, and the second Mrs. Urch also survive. Girls' Appendix Out, Verona, S-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hagg, farmers near Algona, underwent^ an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital last Thursday. Mrs. W. T Daughan had a .similar operation Monday. . . . children were all here; also Ernest's brothers, Carl, with hie sister, Mrs. 'William Brockton, both of Macon, Mo., and Otto, of Sexton, with his wife, their daughter, Mrs. Orville Hedrick, also Sexton, and 'her husband; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bailey, and Mrs. C. F. Ruske, Fenton; and Mrs. Esther -Bailey, Ceylon. BURT WRESTLERS WIN CUP AT TOURNEY AT BANCROFT •Burt, Jan. 31—-The 'Burt high school wrestling team won the cup in a county wrestling tourney at Bancroft 'Saturday afternoon and evening. The Burt team won 20 points; Grant, 16; Lu Verne, 14; Algona, 7. Gardner Patterson won first in the 105-lb. class. They were given medals. The other Burt contestants were Raymond Carter, Gerald Bahling, and Maurice Coffin, who won seconds In their classes, and Willis Vogel, who won third. BURT FARM SALE ATTRACTS BIG CROWD, GOOD PRICES The -Henry Ven Steenherge farm sale north of Burt last week Wednesday attracted a crowd of between GOO and 700 farmers. The bidding was brisk, and good prices, considering the times, were obtained. One team brought $203, and other IB H'BAD OF YOUNG 'STEERS an heifers to trade for corn, alfalfa or oats.— W. H. Godden, phone 293 !Sp2'l-2 horses sold from $25 to well. Cows brought $40, and hogs drew around market prices. Chickens sold at 43c each, and machinery also brought good prices. C. O. Riddle was auctioneer, and the Burt Sav- ngs hank was clerk. The sale was advertised in the Advance. LOCAL RIFLE CLUB SHOOTS WITH HUMBQLDT MARKSMEN The Algona rifle club shot against a group from Humboldt last week Tuesday evening on the rifle range in the basement of the Smith billiard hall. Rifle target shooting is being held each Tuesday evening; pistol shooting, Monday evenings. There are no contests with other clubs throughout the country this year because of the cost of joining the national associations, 'but a number of local contests will be held from time to time. No scores were kept at the meet against -Humboldt. FOR 'SA)LE-^PUR03B!RED "HAMP shire sows and gilts, bred to far row in March'and April. — C. C Baas, West iBend. !Spl9-2 STEADY WORK, GOOD PAY—.Re liable man wanted to call on farm ers. No experience or capital need ed. AA r rite today.—-McNess Co., Dept "B, Freeport, 111. 24p21 FOR SALE—NEW MAJESTIC range and one circulator heater Might consider exchange on wood.— W. J. iSigsbee, at George Johnson Shoe Repair Shop. 22p20 BASKETBALL Friday, February 3 Boys and Girls Games Algona Academy vs Wesley High Academy Gym 7:45 Admission 25 and 10 '•• For the Man with a "Clothes Reputation" Discriminating men who are pleased with nothing short of perfect fit, master tailoring, and quality fabrics, are the men \ve cater to. As usual, our spring suitings are first to show the new trend in fine men's wear — with the exception that this year they offer greater quality and better styling for the money! Priced at $17.50 up Cleaners Tailors Phone 330. We deliver. White's Grocery Week-End Specials Extra Hot! Extra Hot! Oranges — Seedless, sweet juicy, 3/dozen : Sugar— Cloth sack, 10 Ibs. 45c Apples— Ben Davis, 8 Ibs. 25c Cheese—Pull cream Longhorn, 2 Ibs; Kraft's Cheese— Two 1-2 Ib. packages 25c Onions— Small red, 10 Ibs. ___ 9c Cherries—Red, 16-oz. cans, while they last, 3 for Pancake Flour—• 3 1-2 Ib. sack lOc candy bar free WESLEYAN ILL IN ALGONA WITH SLEEPING SICKNESS We.sley, t t t The Algona Booster independent basketball team won from Whittemore there last week Wednesday, lio-27, and won again from Blue i Earth at Blue Earth, 34-31, Saturday evening. The Boosters also won at Woden Monday evening, 29-26. Last night they played both Emmetsburg and Blue Earth here in a double-header. In the game against Whittemore Kanouff was outstanding. He totaled 20 points with 14 baskets and one free throw. Pearson also ran up a good score, 1G points. The score at the half was 21-14. Algona did most of its scoring In the second half. Fish, Whittemore, made 14 of his team's 31 points. In the game against Blue Earth Hi rj rt ~ * t ji j ~~ ,.«w^, t .1, m^; jnui iiui£ >ueiure the Boosters trailed in the first thre e -breakfast-It is the safe way to lose quarters, only to turn in the fina! unsightly fat and one tottte period and win the game. Eleven lass 4 weeks casts but a trifle. Get WOMAN LOST 10 IBS. IN_A WEEK Mrs. 'Betty Luedeke of Dayton writes: "I am using Kruschen to reduce weight—I lost 10 pounds In.one week and cannot say too much to recommend it." To take off fat easily, SAFELY and HARMLESSLY—take one half teaspoonful of Krusehen in a glass of hot water in the morning .before Eleven gained Jan. 31—.Reports from confined to the Kos- i Boosters Id' indicate ho i« no better on the whole'. At intervals he is stronger, hut .soon lapses into his former condition. HLs •brother Charles, with him most of the time, came to \Ve.sloy Saturday for a brief virsit at Peter SeabergV,. He attended the Congregational , church Sunday morning, and after-| ward took dinner in Ole 'Plom's, returning to Algona in the afternoon. and win the game, points in the final quarter the winning lead. The final quarter again saved the in the game against Wo- evening. The thrd quarter ended 20-12 in Woden's favor. Sixteen points, or eight t>ae- it at A. H. Borchardt's or any drugstore in America. If this first bottle fails to convince you this fe the safest way to lose fat—money back. But be sure and get Krusc'hen Salts—imitatons are numerous and you must safeguard your health. Policy is Paid. The Roy,-,) Neighbor monthly for February re.porUs allowance of a $2,000 policy hold by the late Barbara Wolf, We.sley. XOTICK In the district Court of Iowa, in anJ for ivots.-iuth county. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking O f the State of Iowa Plaintiff, vs. Algona State Bank, of Algona, Iowa •Defendant. To Whom li May Concern: You are hcrvby notified that there is now on file j n the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Jowa, In and for Kc*-,suth county, the application of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as receiver of the Algona State Bank, of Algona, Iowa, asking that he may b e authorized to compromise a certain claim, being notes of Anna Drone, O. W. Bleich, and Sid Roaensteil totaling $2,545.34, as per terms set out in said application. And you are further notified that by order of the Hon. Ueo. A. Heald, one of the Judges of said Court, the hearing on said matter has been set for Wednesday, the 8th day of February, 1833, at ten o'clock a. m. of eald day, at the Court House in Al- j gona, Kossuth county, Iowa, at ' •which time and place you may ap- ! pear and show cause, if any you ! have, why said settlement should! not be made a* set oat in said application. L, A. ANDREW. Superintendent of Banking of the State o£ Iowa, as Receiver of the Algona State 'Bank, of Algona, Iowa p. Bpalla. ntner in Charge. 21 ANDERSON'S LITTLE THEAT&E SAio.RpBefcrr NEWTON - 00 DESPISE THE GRAT&.S TO "X 11 A | NOVJ X^* 1 OP THIS TOLL- f—|SINCe I'VE *—' B»EGUN 0.6AM BECAUSE »T 1$ Anderson Grain and Coal PHONE 308 Living Room Suites $33.$O and up THIS sale is out to make a record because it brings to our customers an opportunity to invest in the finest furniture made. We say invest, because our present low sale prices will never again be reached in this vicinity. - «u ouit OWN LENS DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa around> *- AH Cotton Mattress $3.95 3 piece Bedroom Suite, late design $29.75 Everything throughout our store is greatly reduced for this month's sale Foster We deliver by truck Furnitur Company Algona, Iowa 9x12 Felt Bate Rug $4.95 ^*-^**^^*m——--^^^^^ Substantially built End a 85c

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