Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1933 · Page 7
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•,J!S9L ROSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. TOWA PAGE SEVEN ^^— •cials ,,, sweet, and £»• icrop* leans-— 100 lOc trthland JgC FISHERMEN AT BANCROFT OFF TO MINNESOTA Bancroft, June 2<MBancroft fishermen left Tuesday 6n a semi-annual fishing vacation at Osakts, IMlnn.: W. A. Murray, Dr. Karl Hoffman, Dr. R. E. Weber, Tom 1 Garry, and Editor R. E. Hutton. j.TWtf year alx boys went with them: Kenneth Devine, Kermit Jenks, John and Edward Kennedy, Donald and Jos. Murray. All will return Sunday. Ambrose Kennedy could GODFREY TALKS ON CROP UMIT PLANS President Goo. W'. Godfrey, in the absence of a scheduled program at the Rotary club's noon luncheon Monday, gave a short review of plans of the federal government for the rental and retirement from production of farm lands in an ef- prlcos of farm FARM NEWS W, J, Payne, Editor C. H. Klamp, Field Reporter. it, jar .strawterry:- and 21 c lihiitftri' ] style, qUar- not go this time, as he had to attend a state bankers' meeting at Sioux City .A year ago the gang was called back (because of a double drowning at the sand pit here. Lanip« Leads Check List— The. high cream checks paid by the local creamery for the last two i. cleanser, IteLaun- I bare for •Salt, r Toilet Soap, J Potatoes, h'2 can — 15c 13c 16c r/2c 4c 19c 55c 43c lOc 5c -8c 10c weeks in May went to: Henry Lampe, $94.80; Leo Bernhard $67.94; Anton Stork, $€6.26; J. J Nurre, »«3J51; M. Bernhard, $62.66; Clem Dlers, $52.93; Herman Soder- berr, 160.40; J. M. Kollasch, $46.88 F. H. Mescher, $46.46; John Wes eelman, $46.09. I)anc« Draws Big Crowd- One hundred 'and seventy-seven As a young man, Ignatius Wernert, Algona, worked much with horses, and in hot. weather his „»„ \*~~~n~ i»— , >""" thoughts always turn to them, for nt J^l?J ™\°"!A £ , 8 °™ h° 'eels that many farmers do not . . 0 Iowa farm leaders at Des Moines ast week-end to formulate plans o recommend to the federal au- -horlties In connection with the new farm act. Mr. Godfrey said two plans for owa are under consideration. The irst calls for limiting the cultiva- .ion of corn lands and the price management of hogs, while the other calls for the rental of farm corn lands only, the idea being to thus raise hog prices indirectly by creating a shortage of feed. The effects of the second plan would not be felt for a year, and it was and. Mr. TJarks bought this farm was not as dry there as here. The pastures are still green. . John Arends, O. G. atuder, and John Preushel drove to Kanawha water them enough. He thinks ;here is never a good excuse for a tiorse dying from heat; it is always lack of water. He used to break prairie, the hardest kind of work for a horse, and never lost one from heat. When he went to the field he took water with him, if necessary, and saw to it that his horses got a needed drink as often as he did himself. * * Mrs. Nick Krieps, six miles east o£ town on McGregor street extended, called at the Advance office Pri- 40 years ago. He and his wife came to this country from Germany. Mrs. TJarks is now 77, but she keeps up with her work and helps manage the farm. • * * « The Dick Pranzens, one mile east and 1% miles north of Titonka, were getting ready to put up hay last week Wednesday. They had a new hay loader. They farm 160 acres, and there is one child, a boy, 14 months, named Marlyn, in the family. * * * * ji we called at Peter Govern's, five miles west of Titonka, ast Thursday he was 'not at home, >ut James, one of the boys, was here. The Governs own a half not be f pit for a year, and It was; d ^ aornlng and paid her sibBcrip- hoped that a plan could be devised i tion tm Bt Ja £ uarv . Qhe can to boost prices of hogs this fall. tion till next January. She can talk interestingly on the little of Luxembourg, where she the rental of arm lands by the: was bom and lived tm 21 year Bovernment this year, but planting when she came to thig coun , had already been done before the farm bill passed congress. The present drought, however, now couples attended a dance here last week Wednesday evening. Another dance this week Wednesday night will be a benefit for the Auxiliary. Mrs. Kennedy's Sister Weds— Mrs. L. F. Kennedy and her sons Edward and John were at 'Port Dodge Monday, attending the wedding of the former's sister, Bdres Delaney, to Frank Clark. Corn Shellejr Nips Finger— •One of Mrs. ttohn Haupert's hands was caught in a corn sheller last week Wednesday, and part of the end of her big finger on the right hand was taken off. fSeg»r Family In Reunion— The Segers held a family reunion Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park. The Jos. Segers will leave for their home in California I this week Thursday. seems to foe solving the problem of. atlout as t>i g as an j owa C0 unty, and overproduction this year. The plan , g ru , ed b a princess . As a gi r i will be in workinE order next year. „_„ w-i™ ~«.,~ „„,., ti.« ^«i«_ ago, when she came to this coun try. Luxembourg is an independ ent principality, not,part of Ger many, as many suppose. It is onl ectlon where they live and a quar- er section five miles north of Ledard. (Peter Jr. and James farm ;he quarter, and their sister Winl- red keeps house for them. On the home farm there are ten acres In an apple orchard, with 30 kinds of apples. The Governs have lived on and owned this farm 40 years. There are seven boys and three will be in working order next year. (H. N. Kruse was introduced as a new member of the club Monday. His classification is life Insurance. * Dickinson at Oelwein. A dispatch in last Thursday's Mrs. Krieps often saw the princesses of the reigning house. The duchy lies next to Belgium, and in the World war it was overrun by the Germans. Mrs. Krieps speaks German, and she can also read French, though she has mostly tor- girls in.the.family. James remarked that they were ; 'all ibom' In -the same house, also in the same room. As a rule the men feed cattle, but this year they are not doing so, but are milking 16 cows. They have 126 acres in corn. • • * • Geo. S. Hansen,' four miles south of Titonka, was grinding feed Friday. He farms a half section and milks 19 cows, mostly roans. George has one Holstein cow, and last Thursday and fished, having good luck. Anton and Albert Grandgenett, Gene Brlckson, and Emtl Arndorfer fished there Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer and Marie and Philip, accompanied by the daughter, Mrs. Joseph Han- Ig, her children, and the Julian Arndorfers were Sunday dinner guests at the Ben Capesius home. Anton Rahm, North Dakota, spent last week with his brothers | Martin and Joe. He had (been i' Algona with Mrs. Mary Neuman week. Mrs. Joseph Hanlg and her children are spending a week with the former's parents, Mr. and William Arndorfer. From next Sunday on during hot I weather there will be two low masses at the local church, one at | 7, the other at 9. The ball team played Ted Hoover's Sexton team at Sexton Sunday; score 17-4 in St. Benedict's favor. A number of young folks had a] party at B. B. Burlingame's week Wednesday evening. Frost Registered Ago Sunday! it is her. up to Mrs. They have Hansen to milk 600 baby chicks and 66 spring pigs. There are two boys and one girl in the family. Bertha Wessels has been with them five years, her parents having been dead for that time. The day we <It was pretty chilly Sunday night, following the excessively hot weather of the preceding Saturday. Earl Stott, east of Titonka, reported traces of frost, and Clair Reed, Crystal Lake gardener, showed Editor R. erts, of the Brltt News-Tribune, potato plant tops which were frosted. I SPECIALS! FLY SPBAT Bring your can. 1 gal. spray with 1 qt. / QQfl» size genuine Martin sprayer 991* COLD PACK CAffNERS •Holds 7-qt. enamel •!•§• Holds 7-qt. aluminum |8.t* HEAVY CAST ALUMINUM SKILLETS With cast self basting lid H«3 5 1 GAL. THERMOS JUGS For hot or cold, 7dfi regular $1.00 jug • **** PERFECTION STOVES 2 burners $12.00 3 burners tl5.*0 Ranges, 5 burners **^9 Ice cream freezers, 2 qt. size Electric fans, 8-in. Trojan Horse Nets priced at— Canvas, per pr. -^— Leather JT*?jJ Burlap llrfO Beater and pitcher sets—Opal glass, black striped chrome plated *•• Hay Forks, strap ferrul, good quality i5e Kohlhaas & Spilles CASH HARDWARE A mspaicn in last rnursuay t> jrrencn, inougn sue nas moswy iui-,"«»« «" "•«»>• »•"•«• •«- —•> Des Moines Register announced gotten how to talk it. She Is a I called there was company, 'Aber- that Senator Dickinson would bright^ neat little woman, and she deen Abbas, of Buffalo Center, who "be speaker this week Tuesday at the 27th annual convention of Iowa United Spanish war veterans and the Auxiliary at Oelwein. and" Mr. Krieps have five bright i was spending the week-end there, children, the eldest 16, the young-1 . • * • • Ledyard I est four. G. A. Klenk, 1% miles south ot , ,«, I Titonka, was putting up hay Fri- Matt Laux, Wesley, had business U«r. ™ e Klenks navc lived on at the courthouse last Thursday, their 80'acres' « For 30 years he has lived at Wes-Us named Lone Oak, I Lions Plan Annual Picnic— The .Lions club met last Thursday evening at Bradley's hall. A cafeteria lunch was served, after which plans for an annual Lions picnic were laid. Legion Team Defeats Titonka— The Bancroft Legion nine won from Titonka at Titonka Friday 6-3. This week Friday the locals will play Swea City at Swea City. Legion Delegates Are Named- Thursday Wm. Beyse and daughter, Mrs. Wm. Hans, of Rudd, and her family returned from a few days visit at Blue Earth. Mrs. Beyse as been in very poor health since is return home. Mrs. L. C. Strand was in Algona ist week Wednesday. Her sister, f Spencer, and two children re- urned with her. Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, son Bill, and Mrs. Mary Tillmoney, were in Ban- roft last week Tuesday. The latter onsulted Dr. Devine. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Jerry left last week Tuesday to visit her brother, who lives north of Minneapolis, and to go to Lake ^^^^^^~ New 1VI PRICES on lABY CHICKS id for immediate ilivery—1500 leghorns, W. Rocks, 1000 , 500 Wyandottes, Minorcas—day old I started. See them ^fore you buy. IAMILTON HATCHERY |l miles west, 1 mile south Bancroft Tom Garry and Andy Deitering have been elected by the iLegion post to attend a district convention at West Bend June 29. Three to Chicago Fair— Marlorie Sherman, her brothe Joe, and Mary Ford left Saturda for Chicago tor ten days at th world's fair. Little Girl's Arm Broken— Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank Lofot, suffered a broke 'arm one day last week, when sh , fell at play. ._ Former Bancroft Girl Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nielson, Chicago, have a son, born Sunday. Mrs. Nielson was Hazel Gardner. Party Observes Girl's Birthday— IDorothy Grames was nine last .Thursday, and nine young friends helped her celebrate. Other Bancroft News. our mar » d * u ehters near Coronas fishing. Business men met last weel Wednesday afternoon to solicit ^ takes.. an interest in The Telephone saved us $ 8OOO * funds for a band this summer. The first concert was given Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Locke, who truck-driver Matt .came to Kos-, ^^ ~ cows _ He has 57 suth from Story Bounty in 1891. !. ng p ' (gs {rom nin<J gowg Tony Didriksen, Advance fore- Mr and Mrs> L E- .Deibler, two man, while riot pretending to''be a mi i es nor th O f the Doan church, farmer, has some ot the best-look- are nappy over a new boy, Irvin ing potatoes in the county. He had u Roy They think 13 , must t> e a practically his whole patch, close lucky num !t, e r, for they have been to half an acre, in bloom before marr i e <i 13 years, and this is the June 10, and the ground was clean flrgt child Mr- DeJbier says he and free from "weeds. The vines misses nls W if e now, for she al- were sprayed for bugs. Tony uses ways ne iped with his outside work. An tclual incident from • community i«rv»d by thii Company, thawing how an* teUphona call may b« worth mora than taUphon* aarvica eoil» in • lifetime. . a sprinkler to spray paris green. Uj,^ farm 16 o acres, a sprmKiei LU of".* JFI»»-O o- They larm itsu acres He said the seed was planted.a foot sprlng pigSi and have .!*.«« ,.*T\«I *>io nlant.g rpnUirfiu. I1V61 A_ «__..*.,» rrvi«i he ips p WBfilCS to COD16 13P« school seven years, are moving £ required, and July 1 to Humboldt because of his "»""& poor health. He has been janitor and she has boarded the teachers, and both have won a host of friends in the community. have 90 tiio oc*tu. w**« «j^j«»« ii — £> I HlTmfi yi&*3» <*mi *i«* v» vCTl SOWS deep and the plants required five more to f arrO w. They milk eight However, t £° cows and have 800 chicks. u ,» C . K - through ^3^ iDontJe, 5% miles north of are having. The Bancro£ti tarms a half section. He at«i nn lots own-1 putting up hay Saturday on the newspaper email item: Mrs. Ralph Olson entertained the Methodist Aid last Thursday. The next meeting will be July 6 with Mrs. Charles HlUcnty, assisted by Mrs. Jack Welfare. George Moulton, George Mrs. -L. A. Nitz and Mrs. . . Hendrickson took the latter's baby HenaricKson WJOK wie mi/wci = «cv"j wnicJi mciuueu rmu .«»«>.«> ««—<• — to Iowa City for consultation last Br j eni sioux, Plymouth, Cherokee, , __i ir*_u r.,r ' _ • ™ i-* n .x.«.«<A-no UoT»*ir»f>ir flTlfi Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill. r. a . . . daughter Mary, and son Joe took the two Klocke children to borne at Hollandale, Minn dav. They had spent <• their , Sun a montn patch is located on lots own- by Tony's father, Martin ™ A ^2U *JJ *v*»»j " *.«••.-•—-, riksen, east Algona, ibetween State and McGregor streets. Kossuth and* Palo* Alto counties are about as far behind with the corn crop as any in northern Iowa Just now. Winnebago corn was the Mike best we saw in a trip last week included Palo Alto, Clay, O - railroad right-of-way, which passes through his farm. He said he was feeding it to his cattle. He has more than 60 head, and is milking 12 cows. He is feeding 12 head of heavy cattle whicTi he plans to ship soon to Chicago, and at that time will attend the world's fair. The Dontjes have three girls and two boys. ei , , a Sac, Pocahontas, Hancock, and sons -winnebago counties. Folks are visit complaining all around that small last gra i n is heading out on short I, stalks, and berry growers also have 'Chi 1 - a real complaint, for the drought lm a ,— -. , ........ - wil " has made the strawberry crop a Green home. She is a tele- comp iete loss in some patches Thursday, returning Friday. Mrs. John Drew and three returned from several days with friends at Fort Dodge week Tuesday. Edna Green is home from cago for a visit at parental liam .. phone operator there. (Mrs. Max Nitz and daughter accompanied Frank Nitz to Minneapolis last Thursday to visit her sis- may have read this story'in the . . and forgotten it. It was just a w "Fire caused by the explpsion of a stove slightly damaged the residence of ....** The owner ot the home tells more of the Em.r».»ey wlb •**• story How his wife rushed to the telephone and uf en | y . , m .l| p .r* ot *•*••*•?• called firemen: how they arrived cpickly and u..,.. •»^*gL.*5•_ put out the fire with cheimcals. "If we had not ^ br . B9t frUnJ§ .„,, r j* ly ^ had the telephone, the house would havehurned to$«Hi«r—•" fair, • fa*r •*•!• il'wn," he says. "It-is worth $8,000 j»ud wasn't . day. insured." | y 'TELEPHONE COMPANY day. mey imu OFV...V - _, u er with their Brandparente. f JOB. Mer- ^ ^^ Qf „ , 0 c t r , spent last Thursday at Glen \ahn- W1VI1 IIICII £,».»..-»-• rill stayed at Hollandale for with his sister. Mrs. Lee KtocHe. •Regina and Frances Berens r turned Saturday from ° raah *; where they had been called b> news of the sickness of their sister. Mrs. Lee Brown. Their-niece, Ruthann Brown, came .^"L, £ them to visit her grandparents a •- ke's. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and S€€S IT! Marjorie returned from Waterloo Friday. Her sisters, Alice and Boris Dunham, returned with her. j hereabouts.. The farm occupied for the fifth year by Jos. Arndorfers in Union township has been improved by re- nairs on the house which had been needed for some time. The front porch has been repaired, and a new back porch has been built. The root has been repaired, and a new chimney built; and there is a new outside cellar way to replace the old one. Plastering has been done former Algon- and Mrs A. J. Berens, Chi ago, speni Sunday here.with^ A. Bier^onf^ns^^pS: Saturday from Omaha for two veeks with her parents. She is mployed in an Insurance ottice^ Airs Bob Glasgow and her two ons went to Lovilia Sunday for Ce weeks with the former's par- sasr-swss-fcs w. POST i and Transfer ThTak Unks arrived home I afterby the 1 lie Jvuj «»"*•-« . Sunday after several weeks with her parents at Sioux City. The Ed Halvorsons were .at mis Midthun's near Elmore last Thurs- da The Wm. flanses, of Rudd, and the Glenn Beyses, celebrated then- wedding anniversaries Friday. Saturday Mrs. Hans and family returned home. Word was received here or tne death of James Long at Naudain, Algona. Mr. Mrs.- V. Arndorfer Distance Hauling. Every load insured ainst loss and dam- Se of all kinds. Equip- to do an kinds ot and draylng. PHONE 998 Iowa Slip •The Lutheran Aid met sssvsraASr- her home Mrs. Unger, en- the d Mrs George Vandee will »rS3rsL. t '.'Nauuitiii, ^vi6v»«— ••••• --- . who suffered a serious injury to a leg in a buzz saw accident some time ago, now demonstrates tha the leg is aa good as ever. All over the* ten northwest low counties which we visited last weel considerable painting and repair ing was being done. Farmers wer anxious to get as much work don as possible at the prevailing lo* ueam ^ _ e -wages; and there was much repair Grove last weefc Tuesday. ^ Yeal ?i in g and painting badly needed. A a»o he was a railroad man through .'.? ntt ^,%T nw is a bit more mone here and owns the farm, now occu- nied'by Fred Players. He was bur- ie< Jessie Van Dorston returned Jo Algona Friday after a week with Marjorie Matzener. The Joe Maynes and Alfred Ziel- skes spent Sunday at Jackson, Minn., with friends. The fieorpe Jacobsons, of Matawan, spent Sunday at the parental Anderson's. . u rs Ella Hartshorn, of Grand Rapids, Mich., visited at J. HaHsh'orn's last Thursday Fred Baumann and Merle Mrs Mary Fred Baumann aim »»o«»o *•*•' ier, «> uv»p»»~-r—- ---- ,,.._.„ nm^m attended a blacksmith meet- ^ ys ls working away from home Benson aivenu™ » " «~j wponkens are milk- ISURANCE ''Tew 8 ^ ken over to* Insurance . ° o* the former Cunnlng- Jr ac , y Insurance Agency, we 08 Elad to be of service to patrons. We are in ins>8> City, W. Jer- LINESS PROVES FATAL FOR ST, BENEDICT GIRL St. Benedict, June 20 — Mary ielen, eldest daughter of Mr. and [rs. Julian Arndorfer, who had een critically sick two weeks, died ast week Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. of bstruction of the , bowels and neumonia. 'She had the best of are from Amelia Arndorfer, regls- ered nurse. She was 3% years Did. Her parents, sister Patricia, md grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. William Arndorfer and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cobeen, Manly, survive. Burial was made last Thursday in the Catholic cemetery. The Rev. H. B. Kramer conducted high mass at the church. Pall bearers were four little girls dressed in white: Betty Jane Arndorfer, Delores Arndorfer, Ruth Mary Arndorfer, and Maxine Capesius, coos- ins. A large audience attended the tuneral, and frym out of town came the Albert Germans, Blue Earth; the Joseph Harlgs, Ackley; the Lawrence Cobeens, Mr. • and Mrs. Donald Camiibell, Mr. and Mrs. WWllam Cobeen;?Mr. and Mrs. Tom Denlson, Mrs. Laura Reindl, daughters De Etta and Mary Virginia, Mrs. Kochl, and a gentleman, all ot Manly; the Ernest Carrs, Clear .Lake; and Mrs Applicants for "Government Loam 1 through the Loa ing ana p»iiui»6 u«vj «— — carrs, c;iear .wine; »«« «»• = we nee4 now is a bit more money Oharieg CroU se, Wesley, and her available to cause a building ana i available to cause _ __. r«»airlng activity of tooom proportions. The painters have so many jobs almost in hand, or actually ordered, that most contractors now have unfilled orders again. Ben Beenken, flw miles north of Titonka, owns and farms a halt section, and has lived on this farm 31 years. His wife died seven years ago, and hfe has since Ibeen farming with the help of the children, there being four boys and two girls in the family. Katie, the eldest daughter, is housekeeper One of the sons. Other St. Benedict Joseph and Anton Rahm, accom panied by Leo Immerfall, drove to Claremont, Minn., last Thursday to visit Mr. Rabin's daughter, Mrs. Fred Mulert, returning Friday. It 4th of JULY ..EXCURSIONS WillhelpEusgreatly, andsayetimejOT " themselves, I it they will bring any or allot the following facts meriting when coming to oon- "" fer with us, or make application for a loan:— 1. Abstract of Title to the property to be offered as security; or reformation as to where same can be obtained. ***«MpMB Insurance policies covering the buildings* if available. Tax receipts for the last year that taxes were paid. Complete lists of Livestock, Machinery, and Buildings and Improvements on., your farm. Lists of last year's crop production, and of sales of farm products during lant year. Please keep thU advertisement carefully lor future reference .. day- Moines, came to in all branches at good -teruBS if Surety si>ent last A. fnTand picnic arciear LaKe Sat- WI 2etfben Green and Anton Anderson who are in re-forestatlon work aS ?bes Moines. hiked home Saturday o» a 36-hour leave. They returned Sunday and expect to to transferred soon to northern Min- "T'auilting party was held last Tlmrsday"at Mrs. Orville BunkB- 111 Those present were Mrs. ^rea w-.nell and Rob* »{» <%£ rude Black, Grandma Stanley, Mrs. Taout Mrs. Jamas Hilferty, and the ui. of Blmore, visited her Mrs. 'Fred Darnell, last ; OOyo is wvi«»»"e "••— j At present the Beenkens are milk- mg ten cows. They have 120 spring nils. .Last week Monday they were cleaning their chicken house and were going to spray it with a disinfectant. W. H. Senne? who'lives 1% miles east of Titonka, has owned this quarter' section 28 years. The Sen- Ses lived at Titonka six years, tout 11 years ago moved back to tne farm There are three children, William and 'Louise, at borne, and a daughter. Mrs. Marie Orw^-.^ The Sennes plan to visit the CaSO. MUC «<;»«*'•"* i?**"- " * . daughter and attend the world's dauehter, week. son oi The George and Milton Thompsons w?rT at the Olcobojis Friday. The Charles Hilfertys went to Mason City last week Tuesday for **-ft«aW> fair. We had a shorVvisit last week Wednesday with Mrs. Herman, TJarks, one-half mile west and two miles north of Titonka. She and her son mr*W •**-* wl "$ML III acres of a halt section which, sht ago, 8 She Wts the rest ot the Go-JUNE 80, JULY V8-3-4 Beturn limit, July 7 About \ 1-8 cents a mile Good in coaches only. Less than 2 cents a mile Good in sleeping and parlor cars —space extra. Also, Reduction In Sleeping Car Hates. Tickets good to many points East, West, North, South. WORLD'S FAIR CHICAGO About 1 cent per mile for the Round Drip Good in coaches only. On sale every -week-end to Septem iber 3, with 10 day return limit. For further particulars ask Ticket Agent. THE MILWAUKEE BDAD To care for your needs more efficiently and to enable you to visit UB more readijy We have moved to a new office location in the Chrittensen Block Our office is located FIRST DOOR TO THE RIGHT, at the bead of the second stairway west of the Iowa State Bank, Algona, Iowa. Our office telephone number remains No. 205. Algona National Farm Loan Association H. D. HUTCHINS, Secrelor|f.Tr<sasur«r

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