Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1933 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1933
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IP pSOTA PATTEN! IMEETIN 14—Among J t " county Federation ot ' Jobs meeting; at the Al- tlonal church last were Mesdames A S Smith, J. H. William Turley, Irvin and Hansen. jusiness hock and leon ' meeting was called at covered-dish at 12:30 by the Algona kree 1.11 Verne clubs. Mrs. H. of Whlttemore. was and the follow- was given: the Beautiful; organ Mrs. Sylvia Gunn; reading, )i«f \flolln solo, the Rev. A. ;«r' Use of Leisure Time. 'tto B. Laing; quartette from Verne clubs , nominating committee, com- of the presidents of the . O ne chosen by each of the Gents from their club and the officers met after luncheon, soared nominations for the Hon to be held ait the next "meeting, April 25, at La- Methodist Aid Hears Program at Ledyard K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA ) Ledyard, Mar. 14—Mrs. Ilownrd Mayne entertained tho Methodist W. F. M. S. Friday. Mrs. Link let! devotlonalsj Mrs. George Thompson, the lesson. A demonstration pertaining to stewardship was given by 'Mesdamcs Jos. Mayno, Yahnke, and Mayer, who represented past, present, and future. Then candles were lit, and possessions, personality, and prayer were represented. Mesdamcs Link and Howard Mayno sang between demonstrations. Sacrificial bags wore opened and tho money sent to the Dow Memorial. Mrs. Thompson read a poem on stewardship. Silver Wedding Cclehrutcd— Tho Ray Wentworths attended a surprise 25th silver anniversary celebration of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rlppentrop, Lakota, Sunday. Other guests included the John and George Rippentrops, tho J. E. Slepers, the Ted Rikes, the John BoeckelnmiiB, the G. D. Wel- hausens, and the Peter Ubbens, all of Titonka; Ubbe Winters, E. E. Sleeper, Mrs. Jensen, daughter Mrs. E. J. Sleper, Buffalo Center; and the C. J. Rippentrops, the Walter Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. FARM NEWS W. J. I'aync, Editor It. Kliiinit, Field Hcportcr. PAGE 9BVMI I/akota and hostesses. Swea Olty Rislus, the Juke Rislus family, ™ ™** Lydla Tapier, Mina Jutting, tho "™' y ' "*"f , , P ,„ , William Ukenas, and the Rev. and ?™'™ ^! d _?. 6 ._ 30 ; no . z ; ° Me " ? f Nick Gongler, who at Lotts Crook has for the last ten years operated one of the best rural general stores i n Iowa, drove to Algona Saturday with n load oE eggs which ho exchanged at Swift's for a little needed currency with which to continue business. Nick is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gengler, near Whlttemore, and his wife was Alvina Rusch. They have two daughters, one six, the other six months. * * * * Nick Gengler, of the Lotts Creek store, was telling a good story Friday about one farm family which has helped mightily to withstand the depression by keeping poultry. He did not give the name, but this on its-own 80-acre and her family recently moved to Mound, La., wh'ere the Dahlhaus- ers, formerly of Whtttemore, are also newcomers. * * * * Wo were at John Schutter's, north of German Valley, Friday. John was busy at his chores and had all his stock inside, for it was rather cold that evening. He farms 16 acres and had 22 brood sows. There are two boys and a girl in the family. * * + * When we called Friday on Amos Bonacker, three-fourths of a mile east and a half mile south of Titonka, he had just returned from delivering milk to Titonka people. He has 31 patrons. At present he is milking nine cows. The Bon- ackers have throe boys, and two are in school. The folks in Plum Epworth League Plans A Contest at Titonka Titonka, Mar. 14—The E L. cabinet met at the Rev. Fremont Paul's last week. Wednesday evening. A new member contest was voted, and the losing side will have to give the winners a party. Points will be earned not only on new members but for attendance at Sunday school and church services. Cabinet members attending tills meeting were Harold and Fern Krantz, Wilbur Schram, Leota Oesterreicher, Willis Phelps, Arlo Larson, and Barbara Ball. this week Wednesday. The Titonka auxiliary met last week Tuesday evening at the Legion hall, 15 members attending, and Mathilda Falk, president, presiding. E. L. Orchestra Organized— The Epworth League has organ- zed au orchestra. Members are: Barbara 'Ball, Arthur Askin, Fern, Mildred, Clifford, and Harold Krantz, and Veranelle, Earl, and Zela ZwelCel. It has met so far with Harley and Arlo Larsen and with Barbara Ball. i of Inkotans Dies— _ and Mrs. Emory Smith and iRay Estle, of Ledyard, drove odell last week Wednesday to oland iBstle, an uncle of Ray ' ho was seriously ill. They the same day. Thursday '"received word that toe died | morning, and Ray Estle and f Smith went down. Funeral ; es were held at Goodell Sat- the Emory Smiths, La- 'Mr and Mrs. Raymond Win- Fswea City, and Ray Estle, of attended. He was 74 i old. Flu-pneumonia caused 1 Brotherhood Meeting — Rev. F. 0. Johnson, A. Q. Elmer Darg, Harry Moe, , R. Worley attended the hodist Brotherhood meeting of forest Oity group, at Lake ,i a week ago Monday evening. iut 100 men attended and heard Irogram of instrumental and l music, and an address on In- dual Responsibility in Govern- t, by an attorney from North- id, Minn The next meeting will held at Woden in April. •Fort Dodge House Party — lesdames C. R. Smith, Raymond Ith, W. E. Ley, and Robert Wilts went to Fort Dodge last |k Wednesday to attend a house at the home of Mrs. Ley's ler, Mrs. Albert Smith. Mrs. i also visited with the doc- Is parents. They came 'home prsday evening, except Mrs. mond Smith, who went from 3 to Aurelia to visit her moth- dlst Aid Entertained— |frs. J. H. Warburton and Mrs. entertained the Methodist I at Mrs. Warburton's last week idnesday afternoon. Mrs. C. elfseraa brought her quilt and women spent the afternoon plting. Mrs. Gus Torine came i Armstrong and conducted the sting, and Mrs. Moe had charge |tne devotional program. Ids Committee Meeting— fhe Rev. Mr. Frerking drove to Pnn Lake Friday to attend a pference of the educational com" s of the Fort Dodge and City Presbytery. The Rev. Frerking is chairman of this Wttee. Mrs. Frerking accom- Mm as far as Pomeroy, she spent the day wjth 1 Johnson Goes florae— U. Johnson, father of the Rev. "Hand Paul Johnson, came Hanawha Friday to get 'Paul, l ° has been here since December Mrs. Frerking, all of Lakota. Welcome Home for Johnsons— Last -week Tuesday evening the Methodist Aid gave a combined party in honor of the return of the Rev. and Mrs. F. 0. Johnson and as a farewell for the Rev. Mr. Johnson's brother Paul, who had charge 'here during the pastor's illness. There was a pound social for the .pastor and his wife, who received many things with which to re-stock their kitchen. The evening was spent at games, and lunch served by the Aid. Pupils Will Give Conceit•Next week Wednesday evening there will be a music program at the H. S. auditorium, and students in a musical contest will take part under the direction of V. A. Barrett. There will be 15 numbers on the program. Admissions will be: adults, 15c; children, 5c. Girls Beaten In Tournament— The girls' basketball team went to Armstrong last Thursday night to play in a sectional tournament against GraettHnger and lost, 19-10. This -was the last high school game for Erma Barslou, Lumetta Reece, and Lydia Logemann, who will be graduated this spring. ] Party ut Christ Gellmiis's— Mr. and Mrs. Christ Gelhaus gave a card party Friday evening. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Jule Seifert, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch, Jos. Welsch, Blanda Herald, John Kramersmeier, Hulda Worthington, Alfred Kramersmeier, Lyla Hamm. Other Ledyard News. Mrs. Blanche Jenks and her son Clifford were visitors at the Earl Jenks home, (Blue Earth. Sunday. The Floyd Andersons and the Otto Baumanns, Blue Earth, spent Sunday at the parental Fred Baumann's. The Methodist Aid meets this week Thursday at the church. Ev- eggs at Nick's storo in 1932. This figures out to 27,360 eggs, and Nick says that probably many more wore marketed by the same family elsewhere. The egg yield alone was more than tho family realized from all the oats and corn raised on the farm. * * * * The John McMahons, who used to live on the Hofius farm north of Algona but for the last year had been on a farm southeast of Burt, have moved to the former Lichter 30-acre tract at the southeast edge of Algona. John plans to raise a little corn, a lot of potatoes, some hogs, and a flock of chickens. * * * * , Last Thursday we found that P. A. Tienan and his mother had moved to a farm a half mile east and a half mile south of Titonka. They had been at the Titonka cafe ten years. The new home is 120 acres, and they think they will like farming. They are planning to milk ten cows and raise 800 chicks. They also have a flock of wild ducks. * * * * We called last week Wednesday at Tslko Stecker's, five miles from Titonka. This is the Pannkuk- Brandt 160-acrc farm. The Steck- Creek remember the Saren Nelsons, who lived on the old Rice farm. They are Mrs. Bonacker'a parents, and they now live on a fruit ranch near Woodburn, Ore. Fruit there did not sell well last season, strawberries going for only two cents a quart. * * * # We saw Gilbert Nelson, who used to live at Titonka, last week Wednesday. He has moved to his farm a mile east of Burt and said he was batching it, as his wife and two daughters were visiting at his father Nels Nelson's at Rlngsted. He is planning to remodel his house this summer and make other improvements. * * * * We were at the Walbert Bruns home, 2% miles east and a mile north of Wednesday. Balls Attend Yel«rlnnry Meet— Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball attended an Upper Iowa Veterinary association meeting at Clear Lake Friday at which Mrs. Ball and Mrs. L. P. Miller, Buffalo Center, were hostesses. The meeting room was decorated In yellow and green, and clover leaf ice cream was served at lunch, in which a yellow and green color scheme was also used. The main speakers were Doctor Bevans, state veterinarian, and Dr. G. A. Barger, both of Des Moines. Titonka, last week This is the William Boyken 200-acre farm. The 'Bruns family moved there from Woflen. There are two girls, Rosella Mae, two, and Lillian Irene, five weeks old, in the family. * * * * Whittemore Seventeen Attend 'Anx' Meet- Martha Bonacker, Carrie Bonacker, Cleo and Julia Nelson, Laura Hansen, Martha Peterson. Pearl Rickleffs, Eva Peterson, Mary Sartor, Irene Peterson, Sadie Denton, Esther Breen, Jennie Breen, Olive 'Bruns, Camilla Cooper, Louise Conradi, and Mathilda Falk attended quarterly meeting of the county Legion auxiliary at Wesley last week Tuesday afternoon. The meeting was reported in last week's Advance. 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 ers are newlyweds, Telko Tiaving married Agnes Pannkuk February 22. They have a good herd of six Guernsey milk cows, seven brood sows, and four good work horses to begin farm work with. Telko believes in horse power. He kidded us about one time when he was a boy at Jiome <with his father, Bruno Stecker, and we called to try to sell Dad an automobile. On that occasion we thought we could show how to split -wood, but we broke two ax handles In the demonstration. * * * * At Herman Franzen's, a mile north and two miles east of Titonka, the children showed us seven little shepherd puppies. At the barn we saw some fine stock. Fif- There was a young folks' card party last week Wednesday evening at Archie Walker's, north of Hobarton, 20 attending. Lunch was served at midnight. Louis Balgeman is working at the Gene Martini oil station, taking Harvey Elbert's place. Harvey is now on the A. D. Brogan farm. Harold, Marcella, and Louis Schmeiling, Emmetsburg, are spending a spring school vacation, at their aunt Mrs. William Lauck's. Mrs. Peter Gengler, of Oyens, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gengler, north of town. Patrick Cullen is at home, having finished his course in the Emmetsburg juniorc college. Herman Vaudt Jr., of Lu Verne, visited last week at Herman Vaudt's, south of town. John S. Cullen, H. W. Geelan, and C. L. Cavanaugh went to Bes Moines Monday. The Francis Elberts have moved from "the flats" to the old Engler home here. Young folks were entertained Sunday evening at George Bulge- man's. S. S. Party Tomorrow Night— A Sunday school party will be given at the C. L. Phelps home in Portland township by Willis Phelps this -week Friday night, and Vern Bacon, Harold Krantz, Donald Callies, Harvey Graham, Fur Compiiny Gives Program— The P. T. A. met at the high school auditorium Monday evening, and after a business meeting Ma-, son City entertainers gave a program. They had a quartet, and a beautiful display of furs was exhibited. Other Titonka News. Mrs. A. M. Peterson and Mrs. R. C. Ball entertained their dinner bridge club last week Tuesday evening. The high score was won by Mr. and Mrs. Stephen de Vrles; low by Editor and Mrs. Lee O.' Wolfe. Mrs. Harry Beed entertained her luncheon bridge club last Thursday afternoon, and the j high score was won by M>rs. Homer i Downs, low by Mrs. R. C. Ball. j A birthday party was given last week Monday night in honor of Merle Lamoreux, who was six years old. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. George Bonacker, Janice. Joyce, and Dawn, and Donald Higgins. Mrs. George Bonacker entertained her bridge club last week Tuesday, and the high scores were won by Mrs. Carl Callies and Mrs. H. A. French. Mrs. William Boyken was low. Dr. G. B. Fincham, Sioux City, was a caller at Dr. R. C. Ball's one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. William Martinek, Wesley, were Sat- Started Chicks ON HAND AT ALL TIMES This week 400 W. L. 2 weeks old; 900 W. L., 300 W. Wyan, 1 week old; 600 W. L,., 500 heavy mixed 4 days old. Watch this ad every week. New low prices. Hamilton Hatchery BANCROFT, IOWA Kathryn Schram, Earl Zweifel, urday evening ' ca n e rs on the Balls. At*thiii* TJa-fnvor^n Mini Qlanlr .TVflll_l —,... .. . Arthur Peterson, Niel Slack, Mildred Krantz, Edithmae Budlong, and Edith Reynolds are expected to attend. Two "Wonnded In Accidents— John Ites Is getting about with one badly wounded foot. While he was chopping wood last week Monday he cut a deep gash in the left foot. Emko 'Husinga recently suffered a somewhat similar accident, only in his case it was his left hand which was slashed when he missed a stick of wood he was trying to split. Gifts for Veterans' Carnival— The local Legion auxiliary has ent to the veterans' hospital at Knoxville 35 gifts for a carnival luring for the work of was iu - AIter a Paul will return t university to continue work March 20. [S. Class HnsTporty- his to his Hrt u ean Sul "lay school 'class f'a Its monthly party at the A, Q. last week Tuesday even-id people attended. The ,f was spent playing games, !!f;! aiv Puzzles and lunches, next — »'Mitchell, W ho was Injured ago Thure ^av. lrom the hos- ery woman is to take a dish for a potluck lunch. Howard Mayne attended a Standard Oil banquet at Algona week Tuesday evening, and Link accompanied him. The Charles Bascharas Chester Johnsons spent teen Chester White sows had 100 pigs which are certainly fine sam- covered- ! pies of growing pork. Herman has eight more sows to litter. He has ten Brown Swiss milk cows; also Burt A neighborhood party was held at the Mrs. Grace Watkins home last week Tuesday evening. Thursday and Friday at Eldora Edna Sperring, working at W. T. Trainer's, spent the week-end at her home at Thompson. The Methodist W. H. M. S. meets Saturday at Mrs. F. O. Stow's, Mm last j he believes in raising good horses, J. G. Sewick assisting. Roy for he has three Belgian colts com- j Mrs. (D. F. Slaughter and her ing a year old. | daughter Wilma visited relatives * * » * at Rodman Sunday. At the M. Christensen farm, three miles east of Titonka, we and last and Des Moines. W. B. Mason, Lu Verne, Ray Mason, and the latter's two daughters spent Saturday at George Thompson's. The August Spranks have moved Into upstairs rooms in the Standard Oil building, owned by Howard Mayne. Ruth Jones and Adelaide Randall attended a pa.rty at E. A. Genrich's, Algona, last week Monday evening. The A. E. Lauritzena, Elsie Friday, Harold Granner, and Genevieve Kltley spent Sunday at Renwick. W. L, •found the boss busy last Thursday, caring for his stock. He has seven Guernsey milk cows and keeps a purebred bull, named Judge, of the same breed. He also has three fine The (Fortnightly club meets this week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. M. M. Chipman. The Home Guards met Saturday with Ruth, Margaret, and Barbara Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorff spent Sunday at tiheir son Ray's at Belgian horses. Mr. Ch-ristensen, _ who farms 120 acres, remarked i Algona. that he came to this country 201 J. W. Dorrance has been con- years ago from Denmark and had fined to his home several days by lived in the Titonka neighborhood illness. 16 years. However, he claims he f ^ fm ^ m has never had time to get married, ; I Wiemer went to Fort Dodge to get Janice Williams, Van Meter, who spent the week-end here. Mrs. Blanche Jenks and Clifford last Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. Drlscoll, aeriously sick. Mrs. Jesse OTCeefe returned last week Tuesday from Fenton, where she visited her mother. The J. H. Warners, near Swea City, spent last week Wednesday evening at Roy Link's. Mrs. A. E. Laurltzen's sister Elsie Friday, Iowa Falls, spent last in* »f ( ;• and although recov- week here, In, 8 7 t8 . fac 'orily, suffers much ' Alviri Carpenter went F and discomfort. was held at the parsonage Thursday iir Wnq r afte r practice the af- F was turn fld , nto a farewen day ~" Jonn son, -who left to Cedar Rapids last Thursday, returning Sunday. Claude Reece returned from Des Moines last week Wednesday. being still a bachelor. Mrs. Margaret Calkins, Mason City, has been keeping house for him since December 1, 1932. He has a mother, brother, and five sisters in Denmark, and aaya he would like to go back and visit them but would not want to live there again. * * * • We were at the J,,I. McColley's last Thursday. He lives three miles east of Titonka, The McColleys are new people there, having come from Thompson. They 'have a 120- acre farm. Mr. McColley haa three Brown Swiss cows and_ plans to get a few more cows, girl, 18 months old, Vonne Joan, in the family. * « * * Fred Riebsamen, two miles Union La Verne remained to visit and Mr. Worley down ~ and and Toi> y Scha at tuneral a B. M.* of J; ers waa a brother£ Mrs - Schaper and Mr. •'aw u county p r °f ther Beting of their J sbyterla n ministers ' V at th n , Paul John Mr8< P - °- Johnson n atten ded a party laturd; ana 1 » 8 <m'a ret S the L jf turn. the j P t party ot There was a large attendance at a March meeting of the Cemetery association at the Methodist parsonage last Thursday, The April meeting will be at Mrs. A. L. Spooner's. , . The Rev. A. J. Koonce received word last Thursday of the death of his father at Newcastle, Pa. The pastor left that evening to attend the funeral. f .. A a recent annual meeting of the Presbyterian Aid Mrs. IF. I. Chapman was elected president for the year beginning April 1; Mrs: Harry Christenson, vice; Mrs. Lee Licnty, secretary; Mrs. B. Jones, treasurer. A financial report showed all bills met and a balance in tne *'JtotaPWlllp* and Cecil Williams returned last week Tuesday from a week at Cedar Rapids. Rev. Mr. •' The Progressive Woman's met-with Mrs. P. C. Uchty Friday, ana son Irvin, and Mrs. Ray Stone conducted an at H Warbl >rtona, spent imaginary tour of Greece, Mrs. Ir- »t the Qug Torlne'a. {fear yin Chapman telling of modern Italy. Music by Italian «oniPP»B r . 8 ,- -wn-Mr nr ? f h °i f entertaln - was furnished by Mrs. Harold Phi - lt ««fcy i« i Blends last weefe line and the club sang Santa Lu- rthday hoaor °* v.s si*tb cia. G-r^ce Liohty, Mrs. V. Mrs. Maynard Spooner hostess, at the next There is one named La- south and miles east of Titonka one of the oldtimers there, came to Algona in 1876 from Alton, 111 At that time there were only two houses between Algona and where he now lives. He farms 160 acres, has his home equipped with electric Mghts, and lives comfortably. A daughter, Mrs. Harold Tryon, who lived east of Wesley, The Stanley Gardners have moved to the Frank Jenkinson farm Stanley is a grandson of W. F. Jenkinson. The Glen Jenkinsons have moved to the .former Annis. farm, purchased last falj. The Mark Sarchets will tenant the oW Fletcher Hofius farm, vacated by the Gardners. Several families have been sick recently with the flu. This seems to be a second epidemic, or else a continuation of the-widespread epidemic before Christmas. 'Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will were Sunday dinner guests at William Scull's Algona, honoriag Mrs Scull's birthday. BARLEY FOB SALE I have for sale some Velvet Seed Barley. 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School Children Give Operetta^On. operetta, Land of Dreams, Come True, will be given this week Wednesday and Thursday by the grades. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Benjamin, Brad gate, were Sunday visitors at the Chester Lamoreux and W. J. Denton homes. Mrs. Virgil Pendergast, accompanied by Mrs. J. F. Fisher, drove to Mankato last Thursday afternoon. The H. S. basketball season ds over, and Coach Dunmire is now organizing a baseball team. Chick Feed STARTER and Growing Mash— We are again offering at our mill THE-ALL- FEED BABY CHICK MASH with which we have had so much success the last four years. In keeping with our policy we are mixing only quality mill feeds including Cod Liver Oil, Dried Buttermilk and Oat Meal. The Price is Right Only $1.40 per cwt. E, R, Rising Feed C. & N. W. Track, Algona CHEVROLET THE WORLD'S LOWEST-PRICED FULL-SIZE SIX-CYLINDER ENCLOSED CARS A NEW AND ADDITIONAL LINE OF CHEVROLET SIXES Another treat new line of cars from the leader! Chevrolet introduces, as an addition to its present Master Six, the new Standard Six line. Big, full-size, full-length automobiles. Built to Chevrolet standards of quality . . . performance . . . dependability . . . and economy. And selling at the lowest prices ' ever placed on six- cylinder enclosed motor cars. The styling is modern, aer-stream styling . . . ultra-smart and up-to-the-minute. The bodies are Fisher wood-and-steel bodies- spacious, tastefully finished—and featuring Fisher No Draft Ventilation. The windshields have safety plate glass. The trans- Coupe $ 445 Coach $ 455 Coupe 1\ with rumble seat $ 475 All pnct, /. a. b. Flint, Aficbfcui. Sptdal tquipment extra, law ddiv- mdpricaandtatyG.M.A.C.terttu, CkccraUl 'Motor Co., Detroit, Mick. mission has an easy, clashless shift and a silent second gear. The engine is a smooth, fast, responsive six. And Chevrolet engineers have made economy an outstanding feature! Engineering tests show that the Standard Six goes more miles on a gallon of gas, more on a filling of oil, than mil any other full-size car on the road. As for reliability—remember, it's a Chevrolet. Introduction of this new Standard Six opens the way for new thousands of people to enjoy the advantages of Chevrolet quality. It greet the public, for the first time, a full-size automobile combining tnpvimmn quality maximum all-round economy. CHEVROLET STANDARD SIX A GENMAl MOTOiS VALUI Kohlhaas Bros., Distributors ALGONA, IOWA Fi*her Garage, Titonka Service Motor Co,, Burt PHONE 800 Auto Co., Wedey Roderick Ante Co., Lone Rock ..' *- *!:.-« J. ». * .? -V

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