Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1933 · Page 3
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19S3. GOOD FOR STOMACH «vtt«r with medJe helps stomach I aw aids flgwtioh. K blfiatea with ga« add a *P°° Mtul of Adler * Uta O" e do86' cleans out poisons ind washes BOTH upper 1 and lower 1 8 8.-B. W. Lusby, Druggist. v DYNAMITE FUSE AND CAPS | Wood Choppers' Tools JOHNSOH'SlAROWARE SWEA CITYANS ASK GUTS ON PHONE, LIGHTS week Loans I |JOO or lees obtained quickly on you personal security. For additional Information .call,. write or phone CUNNINGHAM * LACY [\fOD» Phone 698 Representing I federal Finance Co. Das Molnea ANNOUNCEMENT I .have .taken over the insurance business 'Of Rahm & Sohemel and will toe pleased to serve your Insurance needs. I .write life;and accident Insurance, automobile insurance, also fire and lightning. I solicit a,share of, your business, ' . '• H. N. KRUSE Located over loiva State Bank Phono 135. ft W.-POST Dray and Transfer STOBAGEOFALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling. Every load insured against loss and' damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa - MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE .Algona, Iowa Swea City. Feb. 14-iLnflt Tuesday evening at tho regular monthly meeting of the town council, the Interstate Power Co. and tho Iowa Union Telephone Co. were asked to have representatives at a meeting postponed on account of tho cold weather to a later date. This Action is one of tho moves of the taxpayem 1 meeting held a few weeks ago, and comes from tho committee appointed to.go over the local tax and expense Items of Swea Cltyans The recommendation from this committee Is that light rates be reduced one-third and telephone rates from ?1.50 per month to $1 for residence Phones, and from $2 to $1.50 on business phones. Golf Club Starts Season- Friday evening the North Koasuth golf club held its first meeting to prepare for the next year. Buell Pearson was elected president, and Earl Hanson and D. W. Fultz vice- presidents. The membership fee for this year will bo $5, which will Include all members of the family. The club has 'members from 'Ban- and Breakfast for Tramp at Irvington Trvlngton, Feb. 14—lrvlnirton ho anrnl, and with pracUea£ o " been from tramps reported ever a thronging larger towns. Who to How- Mr Mi. Jie asked tho depot to direct him to Jail, whore he thought he ^?" d i? 0 n| s ht - but there here Mr. o town might ? none that croft, TBtonku., Buffalo Center, Ledyard, Elmore, Seneca, and Swea City. Tho club Ja free from Indebtedness, and has a small amount of money on hand besides several hundred dollars in closed banks. Shipping Ass'n In Meet— Tho Livestock Shipping association held its annual mooting last week Wednesday and dinner was sevod to 45. All the directors were re-elected. Shipments for tho past year were larger than in previous years. Geo. Nyman, president o£ he board, presided, M. L. Johnson is secretary. The crowd was not as largo as usual because ot the severe :old weather. Tho speaker expected was not able to attend for tho same reason. old Hampers »%lit School— The night school List week Jton- lay, although poorly attended because of the severs weather, was one of its most interesting sessions, ihd 22 braved the severe cold to at:end. A Mr. WhitCield, of the poul- ry extension service, gave an illus- rated lecture On range management of baby chicks. Mr. Whltfield vill return for tho next session of jive further advice. Ing. • —..V-YX.I, ntivv max I;™ h ,°, Uf!od *°r 'he night and i with breakfast before on his way next <morn- Missionary Soclel.j- Mco , s Tomor) . ow weel^TT M ary S ° Ciety mcet « this week Friday at the Annex. The WU1 an- i n subjects to be discussed will and na- t, 0on M 0rBla> , Chlna ' - national top cs will be The Mormon Area national missions, and The American Negro. Mrs. V. J. Schlchtl will have charge. Each member attending is to furnish a covered-dish and sandwiches. VnlonUno Truncheon "nt School— Thirty-five pupils of the Irvington school and their teachers, Pauline Black and Marguerite Skllling, had a valentine luncheon at the schoolhouse Friday noon. Each pu- PH furnished a covered-dish and sandwiches. In the afternoon there was a valentine hox. Cold Cnusos Jf 0 School— Elsie Egel, No. 4 teacher, dis- mlsscd school last week Wednesday ami Thursday because of the cold, ihc preceding Tuesday only one pu- Pil came, and Friday only pupils "attended who were picked up by the ;n route to the school- n your hearts to the Lord, thanks always for all things unto our T am V hTe FathCr '" th « n ° m " * our Lord J esU s Christ." DitRworbhs were Sun- guests at Edw. Ditfl- r *t, S ' J' Car Burt< °- Sc bilke, fathor of Mrs. Edw. Dltsworth w spending th been sick. her ' Mrs. G. B . Wise, Herman, Wile Sr anle(1 by the vviao family, spent Sunday a Henry P hllllpg h y * the Loyd Stevens were also there and Mack the M Morris Bartholomew, Algona was reported seriously sick Monday night with appendicitis Mm. Lottie Johnson, Mable, and Floyd spent the week-end with Mrs. Mrs. George Ro^f « Rohlln, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond, of Wesley, and Mrs. Amy Smith were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orren Johnson. The Henry Scheppmans and Mr. and Mrs. August' Roblso n Sunday dinner guests at .ohse's, near Burt. were Tony Slioppmanns Have Now „ ,.„.._ '•Hre. Henry Scheppman went to AVost Bend Monday for a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Edwin Cade, who has a 5%-lb. girl, born Monday. The Gades have one other child. Oilier Irvington News. The 'Rev. A. English preached 'Sunday on a text from Epheslans, ,i:l!)-20, "Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual Mrs. Homer Anderson, of Algona, and her children spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs John Harris. Mary Harris has spent part of ,bho veek at her home, helping care for Her father, John Harris, who is ser- ously sick. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Boleneus, son Robert, and daughter Jane were Sunday guests at the.B. E. Banders home. The Clem Cunninghams were Saturday guests of Mrs. Cunningham's mother and sister at Lu Verne. The choir practiced Tuesday evening at Harvey Steven's for a 'group Methodist music festival. Harry Johnson, who lives with the J-om Chiltons, recently fell on ice and hurt a knee. Mrs. Lew 'Schlchtl went to Algona Friday and stayed till Monday with relatives. Everett Hesley, Britt, was a Sunday evening guest at Orren Johnsons. :•• Camilla, small daughter of Mr and -Mrs. U. B. Frank], has been sick. Mack and Herman Wise spent Monday at Mason City. LEOTARD HAS HOME SCHOOL DEGLAM TILT Ledyard, .Feb. 14— Despite .bitter cold weather a good crowd attended the declamatory contest last week Wednesday evening. .In oratorical Kenneth Thompson won first with The Failure of Success; Lillian Sanders, second, Born Bich; Tllmer Halvorson, third, Carbon Copies. In dramatics Eleanor Sanders was first with Strongheart; iLyla Hamm, second, The Going of the White 3wan; Marjorlo Matzener, third, Dr. Carter and His Mother. In humorous, Thelma Frlest won first with L,lfo On the Ocean Wave; James L/ogan, second, Home Talent Re- icarsal; Frieda Schadendorf, third, 311nd Dates. Mrs. Nellie Nell, of Elmore, was judge. The school band furnished music before and between different divisions. The winners represent Ledyard at Lakota will soon. General F. B. Meeting Held— Friday afternoon 'Supt. A. E. Lau- rltzen gave a talk at .the general Farm Bureau meeting held at Jake Telkamp's. A covered-dish luncheon was served at noon. The Rev. Mr, Swanson, of Swea City, gave a talk on hie trip to Yellowstone park. FORMER WESLEYAN TELLS OF UNFAIR FARienACTICS Wesley, Feb. 14—Mrs. Waym Swinton, Galesburg, 111., writes he: parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 13. G-icl dings, regarding an auction on the senior Mrs. Swlnton's farm near Horton, Iowa, when, by connivance with tho tenant, the Farmers' Union overran the place, bought stock and goods for a few cents an item and turned them back to the tenant: "No doubt the movement was originally started by Intelligent farmers to stop Unjust land sales where the mortgage-holder bid in the land for less than the mortgage, leaving the owner with additional debt. But there are always plenty of the ignorant to carry anything to extremes and defeat Us purpose. This tenant has made n o effort to pay bis rent In the three years he has been on the farm. He agreed to a private sale (not a sheriff's sale), and she agreed to give him the household furniture, a team and ivagon and a cow. "About 800 'Farmers' Union men, nearly all from out of the state gathered tho day of the sale. Spencer, son of Mrs. S., was kicked off the place for trying to bid things up. His mother tried to reason with the men, telling them how things PACHB , Mrs. Swanson spoke on Welfare I were and her financial condition Work. The Telkamp twins played a I but was told that eh e could live on piano duet. The meeting was part-| the county. Since it was a private ly a farewell for Mr. and Mrs. Gus sale ' ancl by agreement, It Torino,.who are moving March 1 to ' '"" ' a farm near Armstrong. They were presented with a mirror. Audrey Undcrkoflcr Recovers — Last week's Britt News-Tribune said that Audrey Underkofler, who was hurt in. a recent automobile accident in which her car was wreck- - --o- wu*«iwmt.} .n, COtjlcl have been stopped legally, but what can be done with a mob of 800? Everything was sold In 15 or 20 minutes, including .cattle, which bv agreement, were not to be sold. They sold for 10o and 15c apiece. Wo local farmers were present, and people air over the region are highly Indignant. I don't know why ed, bought a new Chevrolet coach! the tenant thinks he should "HVP the charity of an old woman If and returned to her teaching duties at Newton a week ago Sunday. To Practice nt Mllford— Dr. Jack Sanftner, son of Gus Sanftner, south of town, has gone o Milford, where he will take over he practice of Dr. Michael Donalue, who has been appointed a state ood inspector by Ray Murray, state ecretary of agriculture. Dr. Sanft- er has been acting as assistant •eterlnarlan at Fenton- since his raduation from Iowa State college ast June. Soth B.'B. Teams Win— High school boys, won their game ith Ledyard ame evening Friday night, the Cardinals the rom Blue Earth. The coming week ie. Cardinals play the Ghosts, Sioux ity's colored team, Bricelyn, Minn., ibley, and Spencer. The 7th and th grade basketball teams won the ournament last week Friday. cout Leaders Arc Re-elected— At the regular meeting of Fisher Legion Post the commissioners 'of the Boy Scouts were renamed with one exception—0*. A. Haglund tendered his resignation and Victor Leland was named to succeed him. Elmer Smith, D. W. Fultz, Supt. E. BURT WOMAN'S CLUB STUDIES DBAMAJN U, S, Burt, Feb. 14—The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. A. H. Meinzer's; Myrtle Hanna, assisting hostess. The program on American Drama consisted of: roll call, A Play That I Remember; A Recent Outstanding Play, Mrs. W. T. Peters; playlet, Solemn PrJde, directed by Alice Eighme, parts taken by Mrs. W. T. Peters, Charlatjte Warrior, Anna Overgaard, Mildred Anderson, Myrtle Hanna, Mrs. J. w. Dor- ranee, Miss Eighme, and Mrs. Maude Hanna. Sclnvlctert Birthday Honored- Neighbors and other friends of, W. H. Schwietert surprised him Friday In honor of his 70th birthday. Attending: the E. R. Woltz, H. A. Salisbury, E. M. Toothman, M. E. Polhemus, J. iP. Stow, R. F. Elvidge, Paul CDettman, Erwin Schwietert, and Mrs. Bertha Schwietert families, and Clara Schwietert, Dolllver teacher. H. Parsons and R, A. were reelected. Bravender ack Fillinq WOMAN LOST 20 POUNDS 'Carnival to Be Repeated— iFisher Post held its annual carnival last week Wednesday, but the crowd was not up to Its usual size because of the severe weather. The Legion has decided to repeat the carnival this week Wednesday evening. There will be a dance and other attractions. Edward Anderson Is Dead— Edward Anderson died at his home In the southwest part of town last week Wednesday and services were held Friday. Mr. Anderson has been an Invalid for several years. About a week ago he suffered a stroke and failed rapidly. Tlie'ater-ls Dismantled— The Iowa theater closed Saturday night, dismantled, and the equipment was taken by the Dee" Moines Film Exchange, who were the largest creditors. The indebtedness against the plant was too heavy to be carried. Other Swea City. Bishop, who has been employed in the county treasurer's office since last November, has returned to her home northwest of town. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Pearson Sunday. Mrs. Pearson was formerly Hazel Gross. The Harold Ditsworths last week Washing-ton Party Is Planned— The -Birthday Circle met last Thursday with Mrs. H. W. Manus. Due to extreme cold, attendance was small. A Lincoln program was given. One new member, Mrs. R. L. Cogdill, joined. The .next meeting" will be a Washington, party at Mrs. Oeo. Carrbjl's February 22. Post Gives Dance Tonight— A benefit dance, sponsored by Knoll post, will be held at the iLe- gion hall this week Thursday evening. An admission, charge of .'BO'c 1 will be made, which may be paid in produce or clothing, If desired. The proceeds will be used for local welfare work. leave this week Tuesday for Freeport, 111., called by the death of an 'aunt. Mrs. H. W. Manus and her daughters, Mrs. Lillian Sigler and Kath- erlne, visited Mrs. Manus's mother, Mrs. Ernest Kruger, Sunday at the •Chas. Morris home, Lone Rock. The R. J. Hammerstroms have moved Into the Lewis Larsen home, recently vacated by the H. W. Trainers. The Methodist W. H. M. S. meets Saturday at Mrs. B. W. Brooke's; Mrs. C. B. Chlpman, assisting hostess. Mrs. W. E. Brace was sick last week, and her daughter, Mrs. Sheldon Straley, (Fenton, cared for her. Floyd Duncan was sick last week with a throat infection, and Charles Moyer had charge of the milk route. The Donald Weira were released from quarantine (Friday. The little son Donald had scarlet fever. The Home Guards met Friday afternoon after school with their leader, Mrs. J. G. Sewlck. Nelda, Ellen, and Glenn Volentine entertanied 30 friends at a valentine party Friday evening. The Fortnightly club gave a. shower for Mrs. Jesse Thoreson last week Wednesday. The Fortnightly club meets this week Wednesday at Mrs. Erwhi Schwietert's, South Cresco Wlialens Are 10 Years Wed— Friends susprised Mr. and Mns. adopted a year-old boy from the Iowa Children's Home. A daughter was born Sunday to Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Hoosier. The Alden McAdams are visiting here from Rockford, 111. i 17-YEAR-OLD MOTHER DIES AT IAKOTUFTER ILLNESS 'Lakota, Feb. 14—iMrs. Helko Bosnia, who has been seriously ill at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eteo Jansen, since the birth of her baby three weeks ago, died early last week Tuesday morning at the age of 16 years, 11 months, ind 28 days. Elsie Jansen was born February 10, 1916, at Lakota. She survived by Jier husband and little eon, her parents, four brothers, •Jerry and Albert, of iRake, Herman, of Kamrar, and Eteo at home, two sisters, OMrs. Gerrlt Gray, and Mrs. Fred Stubbe, "Lakota. Funeral eevlces were held at the Presbyter- tan church Saurday and burial was made In Maple Hill cemetery- Xew Kate * ou C, J)»s, The Burt Savings bank has announced new rates on ttoe depos it*: S pot. jpw annwi pot for a y«ar. C. F. Whalen Sunday evening in honor of the couple's tenth wedding anniversary. Attending: the L. A. Boettchers, J. T. Heanys, Jesse Thoresons, Edwin Schwieterts, M. M. Chipmans, and Warren Jlings- dorf. Muhloman Speaks Hero Twice — The Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman spent Sunday at the Rev. J. E. Clifton's, and Mr, Muhleman, who preached in the morning, gave a talk on God's Qutdoons that evening, showing movies of a trip he made through Yellowstone Park. Three Win In 'Declain' — OPaul Kriethe Jr., Dorpthy Brooke, and Genevleve Patterson were winners in a local oratorical contest last week Wedneeday, and will enter a preliminary state contest here in two weeks against Lu Verne, Wesley, and Lone Rock. Attend Ames Short Coarge-7 L. E. Roetman, with Thies, Ban-? croft, left Monday for Amies for a short course. 'Mr. Roetman is but- termaker here, and Charles Olson is substituting-. Other Burt News. Vera Chipman and Lucile Sewlck entertained at a valentine party at the former's home Saturday even- Ing. Guests: Dovle Elliot, Lois Graham, I«tha Mann, Viva Brayton, Ada Schwietert, Sarah Paine. Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Klamp, Mrs. Mary Stewart, the J. O. Isenbergers, and Cecil and Grace Godfredson spent Sunday at George Isenberger's, Clarion. They sui-prlsed George, it being his birthday. Mr. and Mns. R. A. Blelch enter? talned at four tables of bridge, last week Wednesday evening. Tie daughter QUiella will entertain young people at bridge this week Tuesday evening. Eva Brown and Harold (Brandow were week-end guesrte of Mason City friends. The M. & D. club meets next week Friday at Mrs. A. E. Clayton's. There wlll'toe cards, and each woman is to take sandwiches for her family. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Pool, Algona, have moved Monday to their small farm here, occupied by their son L. G. The L. G. Pools will move March 1 to a 160-acre farm near Renwick which is also owned by W. V. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Germann and M. A. Rahm returned last week Wednesday from three days with Mrs, John (Bierl, Templeton, mother of 'Mrs. Germann and Mr. Rahni. J)a|c Is Observed — Mr. and M^s. V. A. Barrett spent 'Sunday at Livermore at Charles 'Raney's. Mrs. Barrett's parents were married 37 years Sunday. A number of relatives and friends helped them celebrate. James Mayne Sr. Is HI— The Howard Maynes spent Sunday at Roy Hartshorn's near Swea City. (Mr. Maync's father, James Mayne Sr., is not very well. "Grandma" Jenks Is 111— "Grandma" Jenks is In very poor health. Dr. Williams Is caring for her. Mrs. Joe Jenks, of Bancroft, has been here assisting. Other Ledyard News. Mrs. Charles Baschara, Mrs. George Looft and. Mrs. Chester Johnson helped Mrs. Halvorson quilt last Thursday. The Ghosts, a negro team, played the Swea City Cardinals at the Ledyard gymnasium Monday night. •Born to Warren Lloyds Friday, a boy. This Is the fourth son ,and they have one daughter. Elvin Carpenter returneh Sunday from Cedar Rapids, having spent the week-end there. The W. F. M. S. meets this Friday with Mrs. D. B. Mayer. This is postponed meeting. A boy was born 'Sunday to Mr. ind Mrs. Otto Engelbarts. of . Is unable to get anything out this sale she will be destitute. "It is gratifying to know that all ° mei ' S are on the owner's sde» ABDMTG MACHINE UOltS BOTH WIDE AND NARROW AT THE ADVANCE 1OOO PAIR OF SHOES This shipment comes from Minneapolis. I bought them from the H. & M. Shoe Co. They are all new 1933 slippers. Just shipped from the factory. Through some misunderstanding the party they were made for did not get them.. Rather than take them back to St. Louis, the factory turned them over to me at my own bid, which was just half of their regular wholesale price. These are all ladies' low shoes, all punched ties and beautiful pumps in black kid. blue kid, white and sea sand. All sizes from 4 to 9 and from AAA to C. They are a new shipment of up to date 1933 styles In a regular way I would have to ask you $4.00 a pair for them, but the way I got them I am offering you a choice of any pair any size, and *n^ m f* any color for $l«Oo This is less than half of what these splendid new slippers are worth. You can fnickle^eft 8 ^ ^ Pri ° e ° f ° ne and have Ladies, this is the most wonderful shoe bargain that" was ever offered in northern Iowa You get real shoes for a little mon~ Frii- r y i Wl11 be ^ ere and r eady for sale Jrilay, lebruary 17. 'There are 1,000 pairs «{ o? 1S ^P™ 61 ^ and you get any pair at »l-98. They are standard quality guaranteed slippers. • : - - ..^, • .•.'•-iir.oXInSJ Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algona, Iowa Clean Cotton Rags Wanted-Advance EMERGENCY LOANS INTEREST ON UNPAID BA1. ANCE FOB ACTUAL TIME LOAN BUNS Loans made on Automobiles, Live Stock, etc. Automobiles refinanced, payments,, reduced., Our "Inland" plan' of loans will meet with your approval because they are convenient and helpful. Quick service, confidential, no signers or endorsers required. Twenty months to repay if necessary. Loans made same day as applied for. LOANS MA!DB TO PURCHASE MILCH COWS AT A LOW RATE OUT OF TOWN LOANS BY MAIL Repayment made on a budget schedule. Write, phone or call "INLAND" Phone 55 Algona, Iowa Office located let door north of Iowa: State Bank. H. W. Manuft eon Albert, with 'Mrs. Ohas, Morris and M,rs. Wm. Chrtetlanaen, Lone Rock, will The Present Emergency The Present Depression makes the operation of any business without losses a very difficult problem. For years we have done a credit business and that is very fine when the Iowa Farmer is getting good prices for his farm products. However, credit extension at the present time is extremely hazardous and while we will not entirely at this time abandon doing some credit business, it will be only on approved risks for no longer time than 30 days. Coal will be held to cash as in the past. This you will agree is good business. What the business world needs today is good old-fashioned honesty and integrity. We have large stocks of coal at this time. CALL 999 F. S. Norton 4 Son Lumber and Coal For the Price Of FREE INNER TUBES When Worn Out Tires Are Turned In Starting Saturday, February 18th Another super-startling tire offer . . . another opportunity . . . greater than ever, for motorists to make a tremendous savin g on tires. Gamble's 2 for 1 tire sales have been the talk of the ent,re tire industry. What will they say about this offer? 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