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

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1933
Page 7
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MAftCtt 2,i»88, RUGS PRICED LOWER THAN EVER! I It's one thing to be able to lower prices— quite Lther to maintain a high standard of quality while Eing so. That's why we're so proud of the manner I which we have been offering consistent savings L i ow er and lower prices while keeping quality at L peak you should always demand. Here are sav- L on things you need. 5 C IWin. Rogers teaspoons—legion pattern ___ \ fiance face powder with bottle of perfume__ ~85c yjmoncl Cocoa soap, toilet and bath Jval Hard water toilet and bath soap jo. 3 Lee's dry dip —^ ~"~ . box stationery _~ 59c „ quarts mineral oil 8!}c E 60 Lydia Pinkham vegetable compound _ *i 19 spirin tablets, bottles, .$1 value for _"~ 40,, .avorine mouth wash, pints 49c [yseptol mouth wash, pints ~~~ MANY OTHER SPECIALS AT OUR STORE A. H. Borchardt and Jewelry Algona GREENFIELDS AT IRVINGTON 50 YEARS WED Ij-vington, F 0 b. 28-Mr. and Mrs W 1 Ham Oreonciolcl celebrated thcli soWon wedding at tholr homo here Sunday. They enlorUUncxl at dinner ho following relatives: tho John nml h M,,,,_. "" •""-•'• J ww. Wildin, r^r^™ c ^ stet -: *>•• ™* M™: i, fresco township • Mr. !, Corwith, NNOUNCING Agency Jbr al eLav ;am Separators land Milkers (DeLayal/ Thefl&rlds Standard j Laval Separators We have succeeded in securing the agency for De Laval Separators We take pride in this agency becauseTe believe that we ore rendering the dairymen of this com! munity a real service by placing before them a line of separators, long established as the cleanest skimming longest lived and' easiest running. Four complete line! ^••^™ ' ; Laval Milkers B Laval Oil We keep a supply ol De Laval Oil on hand at aU time! so that you can get it easily and quickly and thus be surH getting the best lubrication and service from your De Lava c °" ideal £or "" high - 8peed sLaval Service *° 2^? eve ^ De !*«» Separator-and Onnf 1S? ect 8er * ice of whkh * is °«Pable' One of the many things we are proud of is the stock oi «« I *«? F*£ w « kee P on »««>d at all times. Thic means the test service, f or the longest toe, at the least expense. Let us start you in the De Ural family. CaU Bilsbor- Kunohey A ,. > 1 , and r -, i . . . . inrt Miw. Frank Dllsworth were in the evening Mr. Grecn- COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO, ALGONA and EMMETSBURG I LATER Y0l) W(LL - In 1883. They lived -Ji Manson four years, then move<l to Laurens, where they lived two years. From Laurens they moved to feprinsfleld. S. D., where they lived six yeans, then came back to Iowa and bought a farm west of Al- 1B19 they moved to the farm northeast of Irvington where they have since, lived. Mr. and Mra. Greenfield have four daughters: Mrs. UUers, Mrs. William Kunchey, Mrs. Eat Powell and Mrs. George- Gowins, Mason L-it y, School 1'nplis oivo ITofrram— All but a few mothers attended a program a t the fichoolhou.se in hon»• of Washington's birthday. Recitations were given by Esther Scheppman, Betty Miller, Adella U-mkoc, Barbara Rutledge, 'Holland •Spurs-con, Thclma Spurgeon, and Wayne 'Schlchtl. Le Roy Scheppman sang "May I sleep i n Your Barn Tonight Mister." Marvel Dole and Helen Lomkee gave information concerning Washington. The whole school entertained with physical training exercises and the rhythm :>and. Tho boys of the school served ice cream and cake. Aid Holds Quilting ISee— An all-day meeting of the Aid was held last Thursday, and 14 at:ended. Guftsts from Algona were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilson, th '. A. English, Mrs. Charles Mur fash, Mrs. McGee, and Mrs. Casej 'O.ss. The day was spent at quilting 'or Mrs. Wilson. A covered-dish uncheon was served at noon. The next meeting will be held March 9 a Mrs. Wilson's.- The society will be mtertatned at 12 o'clock luncheon nstead of the usual luncheon in th ate afternoon. llevntor Directors Are Rcolected— A drectors' meeting of the Farmers elevator was called for last week Tuesday, and after the annual busi- iess meeting the election of direc- ors was held. The three retiring Ircetorfl were Edward Mawdsley Hugh Raney, and John Johnson, but 11 were reelected. Other directors re James Black, John Erpelding, J. Mawdsley, Harry SaWn, John eller, and John Capesius, JCOSSUTH COtTNTY ADVANCtt At/uwA W. J. Fayne, Editor. Clmrlcg Klnmp, Field Reporter. Hatchery Improved. m meet . t , ut the Wellen- nn t, ,1 ? rn f£lrm - ls now working ?"„ £th llon houee ' a n<l is bulld- —"v storage brooder house to rv, ™ „ demaml for started chicks. J ho Wellondorfg specialize in White " honf! olll J r . and now are getting i-s from commercial egg farms n several thousand lots. These oi- lers from hard headed egg farmers ire a tribute to th o duality of tho Wellondorf flocks. The Wcllendorfs use an incubator that has provision for moving tho hatching eggs into i. separate compartment of the in- nibator during the last few days of •he hatch. This compartment has 1 ffercnt temperature, and also change of moisture from the regular section of tho incubator, and Loyd <«iys he saves more chicks, and ?ive B them a stronger start. Mrs Wellendorf showed us her records to ndlcate that market eggs, even hough the price has recently dropped, are still higher than a year go at same time. The farm flock has been a life saver on many farms he past winter, and about the only ource of cash income sometimes. he Wellendorfs, without spending lot of money, are improving and leveloping tholr farm. Loyd works arly and late, building and improv- ng, so that there is always some- hing new when we call around. This season we also met around. a fine ARMOUR'S "ED FLAVOR STAR BACON EARN ITS MATCHLESS UNIFORM GOODNESS AT THE ADVANCE COKING SCHOOL THIS WEEK ENJOY ITs ZESTFUL FLAVOR AND TENDERNESS IN Y ° U * OWN HOME ac °« sl Armowi ' 8 Flavor Star 6 ° me tod a haIf "P quuc l cellophane rolls. Buy Th *onl y b a " d See for yourself how good it is. ° Fixed Fl ™° r - Armour and °' 1 r Chi cago. Cotu Girl's Hlrtliday Is Observed— A group of young people gathered at the Jensen home Monday evening for a surprise party honoring Bernlce Jensen's birthday. Other Irvnipton News. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haynes, of Peoria, : 111., have been visiting the O. L. Millers. They plan to visit | here and with relatives at Algona about two weeks, and wlTl then -go to Fort Dodge to visit Mr. 'Hayne's sister, Mrs. Etl Cook. The Cooks are well known here, having Tan the elevator at Hobarton years ago. Mrs. Cook's father, known here as Grandpa Haynes, is living with her. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winkle, Algona, were callers at Harry SsMin's Monday. Mr. Winkle reported that an arm broken in an accident a few years ago has given him more or less trouble ever since and is getting worse. He may have to go tffl Des Moines to consult specialists who have relieved him when the arm became painful in the past. The Russell Frys, Elliot SkllHngs, Fred Bkilllngs, Wlllard Gregsons, and Charles Harveye were Sunday evening guests at O. L. Miller's. Each family took a covered dish, and lunch was served In the evening in honor of Betty Mae Miller's 10th birthday. ''Mrs. Addie Thompson, of Morrison, who came to the Hattie Burr llngame home in December, recently returned after several weeks at Peter Thompson's, near Lu Verne. Jack Merriam, near Lu Verne, is also visiting at Mrs. CBurlingame's. Mr. and Mrs. Addison 'Felter, Antioch, 111., celebrated their SOth wedding anniversary February 22. Mr. Felter is an uncle of Mrs. Frank Ditsworth and the only brother of hre mother, Mrs. Mary Harness. Visitors at J. C. Mawdsley's Saturday and Sunday were Mrs. Mawdsley'e parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weiler, her brother, John Weiler, his family, and Annabel Tomlinson, all of Reinbeck. Mrs. Nina Blythe, who had been spending tlie winter with her daughter, Mrs. John Frankl, has gone~to Sioux Falls to visit another daughter, Mrs. Lebert Peck. Mr. and Mrs. August Robison are parents of a 10-lb. girl, born Monday morning. Mrs. Robison is at ,the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Lafe Turner, Algona, is spending a few days with Mrs. Frank Ditsworth. healthy son and heir, Lamont A., low ten months, and as Mrs. Wel- andorf said, already an enthusiastic gg farmer, or at least ho likes to r et his hands onto a pail of eggs vhenever he can. The young fellow ooka like (Loyd, and appears to be Iways good-natured. Wins Pri/es 20 Years. A recent 20 years ago item men- ioned Mawdsley brothers, of Alona, as winners in a corn show ml listed their prizes. E. R. Mawds- ey, now of the Irvington neighborhood, is still winning prizes on good corn, and the Ames corn show awarded him professional first on ten ears, any variety, and also sweepstakes same class. Mr Mawdsley also took first on SO ears of any variety and the sectiona* sweepstakes on 80 ears. This is a very good showing for a sectional state corn and small grain show exhibitor. Mr. Mawdsley had more competition from other Kossuth county exhibitors than from else- writer failed to work, but Mr. Ca- pe.sius could put it together in short order. The puzzle was homo made by his neighbor, Mr. Morgan. When wo called at Paul Cielhaus's ] /2 mile oast of his brother Chris, he told us he did not permit peddlers on the place. Ho is larger than we are so we thought he was kidding. We showed him a full column of I..edyard news in the Advance, so he subscribed. They are a very pleasant family, with two boys and a girl. At the Simon A. Hirner farm a mile east of Wesley we were informed that Mr. Hirner was out buying cattle and hogs. He has been shipping from two to five cars of stock every week this winter, and Is feeding 45 head on his place. He has 40 head of cows and calves besides tho feeders. They farm 380 acres. hard she toad three blisters on one hand, and remarked hogs were not very high priced but they were good hogs. She told ve how her son Robert, 14, had saved a small boy's life when Robert was 10 years old. They were ]lv]mj near Bano,.^^ WIs., and a 4-year-old boy fell into a dredge ditch and would have drowned if Robt. had not swam out and saved him. He also saved his sister Maxine's life one time when he was five years old and she was four. She had fallen into a tub of water. He saved his brother Fred Dorsey's two-year-old boy when the ::nlid ran under a team of horses LES HORSES and FOR SALE We intend to quit grading and are offering for sale our entire herd of 8 horses and 32 mules. This herd Ai»«« e W °£ Stoc - k may be seen at the faip grounds at Algona Buyer is privileged to hitch and drive animals before purchasing. McGUIRE BROS. ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 338 OR 636 On tlhe farm where John .Peterson was living three miles' north and four and a half miles west of Ledyard, we found C. H. Blair, who had moved from a farm a mile west of the Grant church. Alt Brandt, across the road from the Blair farm, was moving a mile south and six miles west of Swea City, and will farm 160 acres. Frank Weaver will move onto the farm the Brandts are leaving. This is one of the ;S. B. McMahon farms. Roal Roalson, near Swea City, had a successful farm sale a week ago Friday. Upwards of 500 people' attended. Cows sold up to 40 and a I team brought $111. A binder soldi for $76, and other farm machinery j brought good bids. 'Roal plans to j move to Swea City and live with a daughter. The son Marvin, who farmed with him, had at last account made no plans. Roal has for many years been a prominent northwest Kossuth farmer. At the Christ Gelhaus farm, two miles north and 1% miles west of It Will Pay You To Attend where. In the SO ears of any variety class, Alfred iSchenck, of Algona, took third, Paul Blumer, of Livermore, fourth, Fred Gelgel Irvington, fifth, and Frank Youngwirth, of Lu Verne, eighth. In the ten ears of any variety class Rome Robison, Irvington, was third, iPaul Blumer, fourth, Alfred ' Sehenck, fifth, A. C. Carlisle, of Whittemore, seventh, Fred Geigel, of Irvington, eighth, and Arthur Look, of Lu Verne, ninth. That is nearly a clean sweep for Kossuth corn growers. Mr. Mawdsley got a big kick out of his winnings this year, even though he started showing when just a young fellow farming- with his father up in Plum Creek. One of the strong exhibitors when Mr. . Mawdsley started sliowing some 20 years ago was H, A. Bates, . who hen exhibited hie Silver corn, IMr. Bates' corn later was the subject of a bulletin written and circulated by owa State, college for a number of XRWS AND COMMENT. We stopped in to see John Ca- >es!us one evening recently, at his tome on "Wooster street and he and he Mrs. Capes'lus showed us a 14- lece jig-saw puzzle whidli the Ledyard, the boys were going to have a little fun. When they saw me coming they put a large basket over their heads pretending they not at home. We took a rock and hit the basket, rousing them out in a hurry. They asked us in and treated us to some diamonds, hearts, and spades, but they were cookies. They had also made up a good supply of sandwiches for a. party that evening. The Kossuth Hatchery will take off its first hatch March 6, numbering around 7,000 chicks, most of which are sold. The hatchery is making a low rate for custom hatching till the >big incubator has been filled to capacity. Mrs. Dewey Snyder, manager, is now serving for the fifth year. She, says folks are talking baby chicks more than ever this year, and plan to feed cheap feed to poultry instead of hauling the grain to town for a. low price. Poultry and eggs, even since the recent drop in -price, are still on a favorable basis compared to grain crops. At W. L. Dorsey's farm a. half mile west of the Grant school, they had a rather exciting time Saturday morn- ng. Wind had blown their straw I stack over and buried 16 ,• brood sowe. Mrs. Dorsey had worked so Cooking School It Is Being Conducted For Your Benefit Gladys Looney will give you valuable information on home economics and the products she uses in her work* Be sure and notice her demonstrations using the economical and efficient 25 Ounces for 25 C SAME PRICE TODAY Ago vance. OAlRfRY a full line of legal -blanks in common use. — Ad- A LGONA MERCHANTS who use •i* sales books of any kind are Invited to place orders with the Advance and thus'leave a little of the money at home. Quality and prices guaranteed equal to any quoted by traveling solicitors. The demonstrator will show you how in using this double- tested — doub le • action baking powder you get Fine Texture and Large Volume in your bak- ings—why K C is economical and efficient, requiring only one level teaspoonful to a cup of flour. It is not necessary to pay high prices for baking powder to get best results. After seeing the demonstrations use KC in the same way in your own home. Give it the oven test and judge by results. MHUom of Pounds Used by Our Government GEr free of Copy T ^**'«Book fuuiy txctllj^^i "> eolor.—._. . '*»0. CO*• Iowa Accredited Chicks Before buying chicks of any breed see the largest hatchery and poultry farm in the county. Specializing in large type super-quality W. Leghorns that will double your egg production and triple your profits. Started cludks. Hamilton Hatchery BANCBOFT, IOWA Qn Rag* Wanted-Advance F ARMER'S A'ND OTHERS having timber lots who wish to apply furnace wood on account with the Advance are asked to bring it now. This is the season of low fires when it can be used to best advantage. In a few weeks there will be no further need of it till fall. Since there are a number of subscribers who feel that they cannot pay in any other way, the Advance must limit acceptance of wopd to persons willing to let it go entirely on account for past, present, or future subscription, advertising, or job-printing. In other words it's a barter proposition. On wood applied on, sufoecrlp- Hon the trade checks—<50c for each $2_ w jlJ 4 however, -be allowed,. 26-26 SALE OF Milk Cows Thirteen milk cows, some fresh, others to freshen soon, will be put in the sale ring at the Leo Fox sale, FRIDAY, MARCH 3 Three miles west of Titonka, and six and one-half miles east and three miles north of Burt. Ten head of young stock and several good horses will also be offered. LEO FOX, Owner C. 0. KIPOLg, Auctioneer f'l» ] COMMUNITY DAY Lone Rock, Toes., Mi 7 Sale Will Start at 10:30 O'clock 1 2 Head of Horses 5 yrs. old, wt. 1550; bay mare 8 yrs oM I4?n- *™^S? f W V 1650; bla <* gelding also some good smooth mouth hSses ' g y geldmg 5 ^ old > wt - "00; 'i; t.'i' 22 Head of Cattle 54 Head of Hogs Twenty-four brood sows, $0 head of feeding pigs. 60 CHICKENS 3 SHEEP Farm Machinery. Etc. — M " ° "- — -' ™*r *tt f 2^ wagon and box, a good one; 12-ft hay rope- Me s ! ^t»jrte^ _- , »»»,»„„ wtiiuci, jvu« jJeere tractor* 2-hnH-nrn nir.-™. t/\ m. ± **«»j Emerson sulky plow; Roderick Dean 2-row ' «,!??StS.^&.i 0 ^. w A ter .W5 fo, , or see you, banker. No property to ft, r eOWyed

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