Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1933 · Page 7
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Zi bottle- down Cake Raisins, n Apricots, «d Sugar, _ .- •—*••*"*"* ^powder, • ad can •- Icocoanut, .pkg - llarge Ipkg boss Wheat 14e 21 c 25C 29c tic 256 8c 12c lOc eAlbert, 23c iat, Ipkg. , black tan, .dime can — can ISyrup, 1 Wheat, tg ' t potatoes, I No. 21-2 can__ 8c 19c 44c .9c 10c NEEDLE 2 YRS, IN BANCROFT CHILD'S LEG Bancroft, June 30—A, needle which had been lodged in one of Lois Klocke's legs two years .was removed by Dr. J. A. Devine one day last week. She got the needle In her leg while sho was creeping. She is How with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill. Her home Is at Hollandale, Minn. Cases of .needles lodging In the body and remaining there for years are fairly common. The newspapers only a week ago reported the case of a man who had a needle removed after 60 years.. Six to County 'Aux' Meet- Auxiliary women here who attended a county meeting at Lone •Rock last week Tuesday were Mrs. Bridget Quinn, Mrs. E. J. Seeney, Clara Stelflug, Mrs. C. J. Stauder, Theresa Stelflug, and Mrs. T. Von Bank. The local Auxiliary was entertained by Mrs. Jos. Fox that evening; assisting hostesses, Mrs L. J. Mousel and Mrs. Tom Garry. W. C. 0. F. Convention Reported— The W. C. O. F. met last Thursday evening at the Forester hall Mrs. Charles Baker, delegate fron: here to a W. C. O. F. state conven tlon at Dubuque last week Tuesday and Wednesday, gave'a report. Five hundred was played later, anc Anna Rahe won the high score. Steel Lodges In Eye— PJcnlc at State Park— Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard Mrs. George Hess, her son, the Stephen Powers, Lakota, Mr. anc Mrs. George Dltsworth, the Pete Kramers, P. S. Wilhelmi, daughte Elsie, and Mike Bustemeier had picnic dinner at the Ambrose A Call state park Sunday. New Hurt Nine Is Victor vs. Woden Hurt, jun e 6 _A town ball team f L tly or sanized, with Robrt Moore as coach and E, E Cearns as manager. Members are ^T d , Klelch . Gordon Blanchr<I, *ernley Bettln, Hugh MoDon- Id, Raymond Vogel, Dale Kearns, abort Manus, Harold Gross, Don- Id Ringsdorf, Ronald Elvidge, larence Schrader, and Charles Coffin. The boys played their irst.game Sunday against Woden and won, 10-5. Batteries Curt, Blanchard and Bleich; Woden, Rudisill and Proe- Ich. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PAGE 8mm FARM NEWS W. J. Payne, Editor C. II. Klamp, Field Reporter. Mary Ellen, and Doris McDonald were hostesses, to the Grant Peppy Workers 4-H club Friday, and Alice Mayne was elected new leader, with Wylma Payne as assistant. Officers were elected: president, Muriel Payne; vice president, Helen Briggs; secretary-treasurer, Mary Ellen McDonald; historian, Marjorie Mino; news reporter, Dorothy Colwell. (Mary Ellen McDonald was elected queen, to represent the club on Rally day' June 27 at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Mrs. Paul Leaverton, H. D. A., gave parts of lessons one and two and discussed summer 4-H plans. G-irls attending were: Marjorie and Lucille Mino, Evelyn and Dorothy Colwdll, Muriel Payne, Florence Patterson, Doris and Helen Biriggs. :NERAL TIRES AMERICAS, on Generals, soft and riding, blow-out proof. no chances on cheap tires. They are the expensive and danger| tire you can buy. enerals cost no more any standard make Greenberg I'lionc 118 Three New Children Here— Mr. and Mrs. iFred Vokun have daughter, born last Thursday, an Mr. and Mrs., John Berbers have son, .born last week Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. Fred Ashe have a son, born the same day. The Ashes live on the A. A. Droessler farm, Just east of town. Cow-Testing Picnic Held— iSeventy-five attended a cow-testing meeting at James Nyman's last week Tuesday afternoon. In the morning the cattle of C. M. Gross and Harry Hobson, were Judged and Leo Lampe won the high score. Tliackcr Brother-m-Law Dies— Fred Thacker went to 'Emmetsburg Monday to attend the funeral of his 'brother-in-law, Gene O'- Orien, who died Friday. Mr. O'Brien had been an invalid ten years. Harriet Jensen to Wed— Banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday at St. John's Catholic church for James, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Doocy, and Harriet Jensen. Two Enter Bible Institute— The (Rev. C. E. Bryden took his daughter Helen and Esther Schwartz, (Mason City, to Scranton Friday to attend a Bible institute. Other Bancroft News. Georgia Carmean, brother Evans, and Miss Jerry Clark, Des Moines, left Friday for Rockford, 111., to visit the Carmean children's sister, Mrs. Earl Elliott. lEvans and Miss SHOWER FOR ANNABRUNS ATTITONKA 'Titonka, June 13—-A lovely shower was given in honor of Anna 3runs Monday afternoon at the Methodist church, which was (beautifully decorated with pink and white paper. Hostesses were Mrs. John Pink, Mrs. Roy Budlong, Mrs. Geo. Bonacker, and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard, of Burt. A song was sung foy Mrs. Gilbert Nelson, of Burt, and games were played. Beth, daughter of Mrs, Raymond Bonacker, and iDonald, son of Mrs. Roy Budlong, were dressed as bride and groom carrying the basket with the gifts. Some 50 guests were present. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Frank Thompson and Mrs. Kathryn 'Leason, of Algona, Mrs. (judged Guernseys at the Quarton Loyd Schenck, Mrs. William Stou- " tenburg, Mrs. Harold Jones, and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard, Burt; Mable and Bernice Tutton, Buffalo Center; Ethel Wellmeyer, of Klemme; and Mrs. Gilbert Nelson, Burt. Three Attend Summer School— (Margaret Sleper, this year graduate, who lives north.of town, decided to attend summer school in Cedar Falls with her two classmates, Josephine Stecker and Anna Welhousen. They left a week ago Monday. The three girls expect to attend school three months, and teach school in the fall if they can get a school. We do 15 June 5, CHEAP CARS LOW PRICE CARS VS. not build a low-price car: the cost to us of building our car iell a high quality Almost every new Ford V-8 oar T this far •The county's two cow-testing associations held their annual tours and picnics last week. The North Kossuth association, of which Leo Bernhard and E. A. Droessler, both of Bancroft, are president and secretary respectively, Virgil Loucks, tester, judged two classes of Guern- seys at the Hobson farm, Lone Rock, last week Tuesday. Then judged Holsteins at the C. M. Gross farm, 'Lone Rock, and. had a picnic dinner at James Nyman's, has cost oannot charge all his costs to who are first tojr °" ne'ar Bancroft. The Algona association, Paul Leaverton, tester, quality. Volume Production Taking only one profit pe set our price at what would o, 10. price, ana ** cost to the public on in order to is also To Ylslt In Montana- Mrs. George Bonacker and children, Janice, Joyce, and Dawn left farm next day, and had a picnic dinner 'at the Ambrose A. Call state park. iFloyd Arnold, of the State college, spoke at both picnics. * * * • When we drove p'ast the old Hegarty, later the Jasperson, farm in Plum Creek .township one day last week, E. M. Jasperson, who now operates the place, was the 'center of considerable excitement which included three western horses and a two-row cultivator. E. M. said that two of the horses had just the right amount of life, but the third one, which was being driven beside a quiet old mare, had a mite too much. This 'bronc" was kicking and bucking, and had got his legs tangled up with the traces. E. M. was steering the show with ^srelsTdiffersnce between a cheap car and a low^Ericed high qUal Ford°pHces are always fixed at a point which «*es it profitable for a profit to the buyer as well as must be, comparatively. customer to buy Good and to the seller, the larger one. It pays us to sell the Ford V-8 because it pays you to buy it. this week Wednesday morning for the proper amount of nonchalance, Stevens, Mont., to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Heifner, who formerly lived in Titonka. Mrs. Bonacker expects to stay a couple of months. Itonackers Have IMcnic— A picnic was held at George Bonacker's Sunday, and dinner was brought by those present: the Raymond Bonackers, L. B. Larsons, Julia, Nellie, George, and Albert Nelson, the Miller Nelsons, Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, and Andrew Dav- isons, of Ringstsd. Church Holds Mission Fcst— (Last week Wednesday the Reformed church north of town held a Mission fest. The day was spent in services given by different preachers around the country. Each, family brought dinner. Several families from town attended. To Attend World's Fair— The Dr. R. C. Balls expect leave Saturday for Monroe, Wis., to Clark were to return sometime this to visit a few days with Dr. Ball's week, but Georgia was to remain for eight weeks of summer school. Miss Clark came with Evans when he returned from school at Des (Moines. Mrs. Leo Whalen and her three mother, Mrs. John Ball. They expect to go from Monroe to Chicago to attend the World's fair and spent a week in Chicago. Attend Lodge at Burt— children returned Saturday to | The Burt O. E. S. entertained their home at Mason City, after a week with the former's father, Jos. Sandschulte, and sister, Mrs. Tom Garry. Leone Sandschulte took them back and was to visit there a week. Isabel Kadow came last week Tuesday to a visit her uncles, Edward, A. A., and Mike Droessler. She teaches in Wyoming, and was en route to visit her parents, Mr. the Bancroft and other towns Star members Tuesday night at the Burt hall. Members who attended from Titonka were Mr. and Mrs. John Pink and Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball. Three Purchase New Cars— and really did not need any assistance, though he allowed us to hold the lines while he cautiously disentangled the bronc's hind legs from the traces and got things hooked up again. He explained that such bucking sprees "happen every once in awhile." • * • » Lloyd Gross, now farming where Mrs. Walter Geilenfeld, formerly operated in Union township, has •been plowing corn at the rate of 25 acres a day, using a tractor operated by a son Willard and pulling a two-row cultivator operated by himself.. They were doing a clean Job. Lloyd said that he had tried using two cultivators behind the tractor, but had dropped off the single-row cultviator, as he had been unable to find a practical way to use it. Another son was in an adjoining field, plowing corn with a team, and a third was in the kitchen, helping mother frost some cookies. The Gross boys are growing so fast that we had not realized what 'big fellows they have be-« come. • » • • Clark Orton, who recently suffered a broken leg, when a cow kicked him, had several complaints to make about the publicity he was getting, when we called last week. He lay in bed with the leg propped up in front of him, and at the bedside was a radio. Clark said he would lie there and listen to a radio announcer broadcasting from Shenandoah the story of how he kicked a cow and the cow kicked take two days, and the party was to spend three days there. The party was to visit the county where four families of Dahlhausers, including Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser's parents, moved last winter from the Whittemore neighborhood. The Dahlhausers are pleased with their new location. • * • • Aage Hansen, who is now .partner and manager of the Quarton Guernsey farm, southwest of Algona, told us recently that a new herd bull had been bought .from girls is married; the other children are at home. The family is milk-, ing 16 cows at present, biit usually has more. When the daughter was married they gave her five cows. They have Brown Swiss cattle, and they always use a purebred bull. The bull they have'now is named Violet's Carl, a grandson of the world's champion Swiss bull. * * * * We were at W. E. Nutt's, four miles north of Ledyard, last week Tuesday. They are new people the Brookmead farm in Pennsyl- there, having come from near Buf- WSHELOST18 MJNDSOFFAT THAN *LOO «1 say in regards to Krusch- took It to reduce. I lost 18 ? after "sing one bottle and , , Just *<n»8l»f -.one. n»ore today and expect to lose 18 "pounds. I now weigh 148 and AM Mrs< Harr y Boblnson, 1 °Wo (Jan. 6, 1933), i a i. d .. ay toke KruBchen, Salts » te aspoonful In a glass of , loslng n in health and , ty will cease to bother "feel younger— more active „« ambition— clear skin — and Mrs. Fred Kac^s% Sebeka, (Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard took their daughter, Mrs. George Hess, and her son John to their homo at Carroll Tuesday. They had visited here ten days. The Bernhards are visiting at Carroll a few days. The Jos. Segers, of Los Angeles. who are visiting here, went to Sioux City last week Wednesday to attend a firemen's convention and visit Joseph's ,sister, Mrs. J. H. Lynch, there. (Mr and Mrs. Raymond Beckner visited at Fort Dodge and Webster City from last week Wednesday till Saturday. They will leave for their home .at Los Angeles sometime this wflsk Mrs. W. J. Welp, Fort Dodge, son Bob, and daughter Marjorie visited from last week Tuesday till Sunday with Mrs. Welp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Saunders. V J. Welp is having the exterior of his beer shop painted red, white, and blue to match his oil station Mejvin Ditsworth is doing tne to cow is a gentle animal which does not require to be kicked. However, Clark can take a joke even if it is on himself. We talked about his eyes. that lasts 4 weeks costs but B> W " Lu <*y's. A, H. ^ y dru estore In the demand and get and if one bottle doesn't l you-money bacfc. OANS Furniture John Karsten has returned from Chicago, where he spent ten days at the World's fair. He has three sisters there. The Kev. J. V. Schultes, the Rev. Henry Pick, and Robert Quinn went to Sioux City Monday to attend re- The R. L. Krantz's, the Miller j back and 'broke his leg. But, in Nelsons, and the H ,C. Schweppes fact, Clark says, he never kicked each purchased a new V-8 Ford last • the cow. He says this ^particular week. The Krantzes drove ' "" '" ~ ~"~" Ames Friday to buy their ear. Gives Parents a Car Radio— Kermit, oldest son of the L. B. Larsons, who works in a gas station in Clarion, recently purchased a radio for his parents* car. Other Titonka' News. Vance Reibsamen and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reibsamen were at Oes Moines a week ago Saturday and visited relatives. They also •visited in Marshalltown and Ames. They returned the next day, and Vance Reibsamen drove to Minneapolis to visit other relatives. The Norman Nelsons, accompan- ed by Frank Thompson, of Clear Lake, spent Sunday at W. F. Hamstreet's. Watson and Twilla Hamstreet returned with them Sunday 'or a week's visit. Pauline Blakley, who had her tonsils taken out last week Wednesday at the Algona hospital, is r&ported not feeling very well. The Blakleys live three miles east of town. Hazel and Edith Budlong drove to Hampton Sunday, and Edith will return to work after a week-end visit with her mother, Mrs. 'Frances Budlong. Hazel returned Monday. os Livestock be arranged to fl, «ans Doose got a piece of steel in one eye last week Tuesday. He is blacksmith at the Deiterins; gar- W Wke U'bben. Webster City, visited her aunt, Mrs. Otto Barenthin, and uncle, John Karels, Sunday. The John -La-mpes, Tempi eton, vlsi,ted three days last weeK John's brother Henry's. .Raymond Brink went to .M-nne- apolis Monday to attend sciiool. ,, Mrs. Lawrence Sandt removed last week rues- at summer had her tonsils day. JCQ IN. KRUSE • State st. us Supply- The Rev. B. M- Southg»te. fliitt, Congregational a recent meeting at Fred Pannkuk, five miles north r east of town, was operated on for appendicitis Saturday morning about 8 o'clock at his home. He is reported, recovering. Mrs. Henry Carolus, of Afton, visited her sister, Mrs. L. C.'Heifner. last week. Mrs. Carolus formerly taught the fifth grade here. •Russell Thompson, of Iowa Falls, visited at Bernard Thompson's last week. He expects to spend most of the summer here. The Henry Bruns, Ardis and Sherman Kell'ey and • Margaret Callies attended a family reunion bun- day at Eagle Lake. Buster Johnson, of Minneapolis, spent last-week visiting Albert Missal. He will return home Sun- da llbert Missal, Chet Thomas, Sid- in Minnesota fishing the last week. !r ev Wood, and John Wilson were Mrs. J. F. congregation an relatives in Minneapolis last week, is expected home this week. Ja^e Laird, of Algona, spent last week visittag ber_ cousins. Jean and RusseJJ large strawberry, raspberry, and grape patches, and he said that three-fourths of an acre of strawberries was winter-killed. He lost al Mastodons and Coopers. However the Premieres wintered all, right. Mr. Orton said that the Niagara, Catawba, and Campbell grapes were about half winter-killed, but the Concord grapes came through well. Most of his grapes are of the Concord variety, so the grape losses .were small. • * • • Mrs. Tom .Rich, Union township, plans to leave soon for a visit at DeKalfo, 111., and while there will attend the World's lair. She plans to go with Humholdt relatives, • » » • Farmers all around are asking for more rain. A, R, Cruikshank, who has some excellent corn, said we must not *rag about it, tout should say that he wants a rain. Etna Mitchell, near by, who has about 120 acres of corn, also asked for rain. (L. J, Hendren, south of town, representing the /berry-growers, said his strawberries and raspberries would be seriously damaged if rain failed to come soon. • * » * Emii Mittag, Union township, has good livestock all around the place. There are 160 acres in the home place, and he rents 80 acres more. Eight acres are in alfalfa an<] some of the alfalfa is being used as clean ground.on which to' raise hogs. He raises abput a load of beef of his own Breeding each year Eiuil showed us one fine Hereforc steer, now probably 850 pounds that will be a year old in July, anc there was a 13 months Angus thai will weigh around 900 pounds. Etai" saved 110 spring' pigs and 78 fal pigs. Accordingly he, is paying more attention to the price .of hogs than to the rising price of 9orn Mr. and Mrs. Mittag have nine chil dreu, and as in ye editor's family girls predominate. • »**# R. B. Wall and his wife, who, live with. Mr. fall's father, J. W. Hall 1% miles north of the Grant town ship schbolhouse, were planning vania. He was sired by Longwater breeding, and traces descent from May Rose on the dam's side. May Rose is an imported cow which produced 644 pounds butterfat in class BE, that is to say, at 2% years. If we remember right the last Quairton & Hansen bull of a similar breeding was brought from Tennessee, The bull will be shown at the Waterloo Dairy Cattle Congress next iall, and may also be shown at the Kossuth fair. Mr. Hansen is heavier than when we aw him last. He came ten years go from Denmark, where he was eared on a dairy farm, and is an xpert dairyman. Mrs. Hansen is a aughter of Mrs. Jens Petersen, of Ugona, and they have two chil- ren, Rosel'la, 6, and Joyce, ine, healthy youngsters. * * * * At the Mrs;' Hrnest Farrow's, miles west and four miles north of ,edyard, there, was company last week Tuesday. Mrs. Nina Bergren, Waterloo, was there, also Mrs. Dewey Link, Mrs. Berggren's _aughter, who lives at Fairmont. Mrs. Farrow lives, on rather high and, where the breeze strikes and the women were not quite as much bothered by heat as people on lower land. Mrs. Farrow owns, a quarter section, hut rents it to ler near neighbor, Orville BJgk. 3he has a daughter, La Vonne, 13, who will be a sophomore in the Ledyard school next year. Mrs. Harrow remarked that a thief had recently stolen a set of flynets last, week to visit to Louisiana They are going via Spencer. A cprapany was to take by automobile ""•" ' falo Center. They were fixing up the yard, had planted a garden, and were putting flower rocks around it to make it look nice. Like many others they were hoping for rain. - -*Occidental to be Wrecked. There is talk that the Northwest- !rn will raze the old Occidental hotel where the trains stop at Eagle Grove. .It is a relic familiar to all North Iowa travelers in the old days when railroad passenger traffic was in flower. NOTICE! YOU GAIN SAVE 40 PER cent on 1st line tires at Gamble's. Only 20,000 to go at tliese prices. Guaranteed 12,000 miles. Prices good for 10 days only. Inner tubes 39c and up. 32-40 rom her bam. »**'* O. Michaelsen, miles west of . Titonka, was getting his cultivator ready Friday. He said he would laVe bought a new one, but felt he could not afford it, though 'the ;imes are improving. He bought his 232-acre farm a year ago at a sale and gave |35 an acre. That ought to make him a fortune in due time. He and his wife have two boys and two girls. One of the Bargains for' Capacity Days Spar Varnish, per gal. _$3.25 Floor Varnish, per gal. $9.«* Flat Wall Paint, per gal. 1.7C Gloss White Enamel gal. 2.U5 Velteen, hot water kal- somine, per pkg. 40c Renulac Auto Polish 50c Repaint, Repair or Remodel your Home. \ If you contemplate putting your home or your farm buildings in good repair it will pay you money to do so this summer. For materials and labor are cheaper today than they will be later. Our yard is full of good first-class building material. We are here to help you. .: F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229—Lumber and Coal -50c Clean-All, per can __ These are all real bargains for this week only. BOTSFORD LUMBERED, P.hone 256 Jim Fool, Mgr. Does Your Motor Heat? Do you know that we have a radiator an<J motor washing machine, built special to clean the inside of your radiator or motor without removing {hem from your car .It's the only machine of its kind in the state. This gives you two cleaning jobs for the price of one. 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