Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1933 · Page 7
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCB. MBB PAGES 81 g.irt ltt BS IESTHERVILLE BEATEN, 15-4, BY BANCROFT can buy jRolUtor [rfgeration to- r it the lowest |,ice in history, the National |fc«covery law Fwill send prices ! «p, So, see the jjNorgenow. 99,50 » Buy Long Terms ADSON FURNITURE CO, Algma, lotm ;ft Son, In Terne, Iowa. ..i « Bolstad, West Bend, la. i ft gerenon, Emmeteburg, la. Bancroft, June 27—The Bancroft 1 Lions baseball team won its sixth game this season Sunday beating the Esthervllle Eagles 16-4 on the [local diamond. Batteries were WegSrSheldon, and V. Maas for Es- thervllle, and Ltchllter and W. 'Menke tor iBancroft. Llchllter allowed seven hits and struck out 14 men. The Lions have lost only one hgame this season, to Thompson .6-*. Bancroft and Esthervllle will meet again at the Fourth of July [celebration at Algona, and Esther- I vtlle expects to retaliate for the de- Ifeat. Former Bancrofter Is Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pearson, Mr Md Mrs. Alfred Pearson, Mrs Verne 'Austin, two children, Mr and Mrs. James P. Nyman and the John Nyman family attended th Wedding at Walnut Grove, Minn Thursday of the Rev. Arthur B Pearson and Hllma Mathilda. Th Rev. Mr. Pearson is the oldest so of August Pearson, of tLitchfleld Minn., and formerly lived on th Oscar Johnson farm south of town. Rlngsdorfo Have Reunion— f Mrs. Myrtle Rlngsdorf and sons Robert and Clifford attended a family reunion at Fred Ringsdort's In Ourt Sunday, 60 present. The Earl and Ross Ringsdorf families, of Briton, S. O., visited at iMrs. Rings- dort's here this week, and Mrs. Elizabeth Rlngsdorf will spend a <week here. She is the grandmother of the two boys and has been staying in Maquoketa. four to Attend World's Fair- Hans 'Doose, ' daughter Annamarie, son Vernon and Alice Orethen left Sunday morning for i Chicago to attend the world's fair for ten days. Mr. Doose is "blacksmith at the Deitering garage. Miss Grethen is office girl for Dr. J. A. Devine. [Dance Attracts Big Crowd- One hundred twenty-five couples danced here Wednesday evening to the music of Al Menke and his [Gang, of Fairmont. Carleton Coon's HNighthawks play for the dance this Wednesday. There will be no dance the week of the Fourth. Hand Crushed In Grading— i Roy Schumacher, nephew of John Schumacher, had his left hand crushed arid badly bruised Thursday when working with the Schumacher grading gang near Wesley. Dr. J. A. Devine cared for him. and Mrs. George Vandee entertained. Seven carloads of cattle and two double decks of hogs were shipped out, of (Bancroft, Saturday by F. J. Wolp and W. A. Murray. George Merrill, Joe Wilhelml, Tom Cogley and Leo Bernhard left Thursday on a five-day fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beltz have a daughter born June 19; Mr. and Mrs. Orln Johnson have a son born June 21. FARM NEWS W. J. Payne, Editor C. If. Klamp, Field Reporter. Joseph Nurre returned last week John Carlson, of the Doan neighborhood, northwest of Wesley, and from Epworth, where he attended he St. Paul Mission House this chool year. Mrs. Mary Westrup and son Rlch- rd, ot Itflden Valley, came Tuesday ;o visit her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Sandt. IMrs. .Leonard Cutler went to Es- iherville Monday to spend a few days with her folks. The annual midsummer picnic o the Immanuel Lutheran church was held Saturday. Mrs. V. J. iSchlchtl, of Irvington spent Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. Joe Wilhelml. one of hig boys drove to Algona frlday afternoon to pay taxes and the family's Advance subscription, fohn's taxes are no small item now, '.or besides the home quarter where he lives he has been the owner for the last year or so of the old Arthur Ward farm of 230 acres. John has lived in the Wesley neighborhood 42 years, or since >he came from Sweden in 1891. He has three Iboys at home and two married daughters, Mrs. Vincent Helfner, tors have a capacity of 60,000 eggs change at Swea City, and he also each. There are cars with eggs has a chicken ranch, and Russell coming In and cars with chicks go- Uarms near Swea City. .Walter and ing out all the time. The 'Hamilton his wife/have two little girls. - - - •" the ibusy as^?«lmltton was, foe tookLf Bancroft, farms 160 acres, time to show us the insldes ot tne secretary of the Lone Rock cream- incubators. Pour electric fatisjun)^ and the fam!Jy ml , lks 20 cows. •e are two children, Marvis, 11 f themselves" out "oTthe "shells. The I an <i jack, 6. The Nymans had been Hamlltons grind commercial feeds at Wa i nut Grove, Minn., June 22, to for chicks. They have two grind ers powered with 5-h. p. electrii motors; also a feed mixer which blows feed Into different bins. This- is a most interesting place to visit. near Titonka, and Mrs. Henry ID Ot illVJtJl* Ulb\s* ^ww»«. D f- -—— Besides running the chick business the Hamlltons farm 160 acres and raise a lot of their own feed. Two men are kept for the heavy work in season. More than 1000 (bags of feed every season are sold. -In the early spring 25000 chicks a week were hatched. At present chicks are going out at the rate of 20,000. The St. Joe Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wagner, Algona, went home to Algona Saturday night, after a week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ziemet Sr. Tho John Mantheis, Lakota, spent Sunday at John Hammer's. The Lo Roy Thllges family, accompanied by Leonard Manthei, spent Sunday at Arthur Brandt's, , Baade, south of Wesley. Either the Helfners or the Baades will 'have 'the Ward farm, next. year. ..Mrs. Carlson was recently the subject of a major operation at the Kossuth hospital, and John took 'her home two weeks ago. He has two upstanding brothers, Herman, and Gus, in the Wesley neighborhood, and the Advance is .pardonably Incubator will be kept going at that rate till September 1, then will be shut down to 10,000 a week. • * • • •"' At George' Ditsworth's, three miles south and two miles west of Bancroft, we learned that the son Walter lives on the same farm, which consists of 240 acres. The family is milking 13 cows, -well •Swea City. Mrs. iBrandt is a sister of Mrs. Thilges and Mr. Manthei. The William 'Hammers spent Sunday at the parental Herbert Benge's, near Bradgate. The Henry Zlemets Sr. were at Fort Dodge last week Monday, and •proud of the fact that every family named herein takes the piper. • • * • * One of the healthiest appearing youngsters we met last week was Dolores -Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hosier, just north of Swea City, farming where Ben Lentsch formerly operated. Harvey has 160 acres adjoining a farm operated by his father, D. A. Hosier, and another son, just south. Dolores, who was born (February 7, Is a cheerful young lady. Her moth- LUIIIilJ •" *i....»««o . «. bred Holsteins. Thirteen heifers will come in soon, and seven ol them are purebreds. The 'Dits- worths raise a tine drove of hog! every year, and they have 160 spring pigs and 93 fall pigs now Altogether there are 355 hogs and pigs In the lot. The're are three iboys In the family, and they were all married the same year. Harold has charge ot the telephone ex attend the wedding of the iRev, Ar- rson to Hilma Johnson „ Grove. — father once lived on the •Golden Hill" farm,' four miles south of Bancroft. A number or friends at Bancroft attended , which was a church Mr. and Mrs. James Ny- Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred'Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pearson, Mrs. Vern Austin, two children, Meredith and 'La Verne and Vincent (Pearson, brother of the bridegroom, who makes nis home with the John A, Nymans. The Rev. Mr. Pearson is a graduate of te Lutheran seminary at Rock Island. • * * • We called Saturday at Alfred Wolter's, 6% miles west of Bancroft, and found him cultivating Laird & McCullough FUNERAL DIRECTORS * PHONE 621 AIXJONA, IOWA »l- «4[|t fa 'VH'Cj'$ "'&'« 'l, tl ,j' l , 1 J\: ?'Wi . \*K • >,v*-j * *'*'.. :, v>: potatoes. Once when he was running the Amos & Andy sandwich shop at Algona he remarked that he liked farming better than that He Is milking eight cows and has a good flock of sheep, 35 ewes and 40 lambs. Alfred and his youni wife come from the Letts Creek neighborhood, and before they wer married his wife helped him at th sandwich shop. Let's Get Acquainted Do you >now that w« carry a full stock of genuine eloe- trical parts »»de by Delco-Bemr North-eaat and Ant* Lite. W« aw the /only United Motor Service «arag«, in Algona, T»hleh means that w« use only genuine electewal parts, recommended by the manufacturer of your ear. And they cost no more than Gyp parts, which may #*• oat on your next motor trip. These are facto. As* »« manufacturer ,«f your «ar and they will tell you th* same thing. Helberg's Garage West of Courthouse. Algona, phone Call the Advance about the World's Fair! Mr. Zieinet had his eyes treated. Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Ziemet, of West .Bend, were Sunday visitors at the parental Henry Ziemet Sr.'s. 'Mrs. M. Hanifan and her grandson, Thomas Hanifan, are at Bernard iHanifan's, t south of Livermore, where Thomas is having a siege of the whooping cough. Mrs. Hanifan's daughter Nell Is also there. The N. J. Weyderts, Algona, were Sunday guests at Peter Erpelding's. Mrs. Vern Barker, and her daughter Rosetta, accompanied by Mrs. Raymond Metzen and the latter's er was Blanche Lloyd before marriage, and Walter Benson, who farms southeast of Swea City, Is Mrs. Hosier's step-father. » • • • We talked with a farm hand near Brftt last week who, though a married man, with a family, was working for $15 a month and had a beet-weeder's shack to live in. He said that if the corn crop was as poor as the oats, the boss woul< make nothing on his labor, even a that rate for help. To keep a fam ily of five on a pay check of $15 Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schwartz and son Donald left Monday for their home at Prairie du Sac, Wis., after a visit since Wednesday with Mrs. Schwartz's mother, Mrs. Imelda Doyle. Dr. and Mrs. J. I. Doyle, of Rapid City, S. D., visited his moth- ler, Mrs. I. Doyle, from Monday to i Friday. They were eh route home from Chicago, where they visited the fair. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. W. A. Pape, of Le Mars, visited here Wednesday and Thursday at the Catholic parsonage, The Rev. J. F. Schultes, pastor here, was formerly assistant ot Msgr. Pape. Msgr. Pape is a I first cousin of Mrs. P. A. Lonegran I'and Frank Schemmel. The Rev. New HOW PRICES on BABY CHICKS On hand for immediate, delivery—1500 leghorns, 1000 W. Rocks, 1000 Reds, 500 Wyandottes, Minorcas—day old started. See, them before you buy. ' HAMILTON HATCHERY 1 miles west, 1 mile south Bancrpft , I cum *• i«»*n. ww«-— -------I Henry Pick took Msgr. Pape to ILe Mars Thursday. Visitors at the H. E. Theis home are Mrs. Thomas Texter and children. Pomeroy, Mrs. George Gos- 1 sett, of Perry, Mrs. Bonnie Chapman and two sons, of Arnold sj iPark, and Mrs. Earl Woodsworth, (Edgewood, Calif. The four women are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Theis J L Krapp arrived Friday from Jamesville.N D., to visit his sister Mrs. John Kockler. Saturday Mr. Krapp, his sister and her son, L. J., drove to M* rble Rock and v.sited baby son, were at West Bend Friday on a business mission. Mrs. Le Roy Thilges and her sister, Mary Manthei, spent last Thursday at West Bend. The John Redings returned Friday from Carroll, where they visited relatives. 'Dorothy Wagner, daughter of Mrs. Peter Schmit, returned Sunday from Lakota, where she had spent two weeks with relatives. Alvln ILenertz, Cherokee, called on friends here and at Livermore Sunday. George Lenertz, of Livermore, is doing some shingling and painting] at John Berte's. Susie Ziemet and Herlinda iFri- deres were Friday afternoon guests of Theresa (Miller at the Julius Ca- peslus home. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser, Mr. and Mrs. James Becker, and Anna Kayser drove to Nick Eischen's, near Cylinder, last Thursday, and thence, accompanied by the Eiscb.- ens, drove to Lost Island for the day at fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Albert iSchiltz ana Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mousel, of Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. 'Mike Wagner and Mrs. William Wagner, month must require some figuring The Olof Olsons, four miles north and two miles east ot Bancroft, were cultivating corn last week Monday. They own '233 acres and rent 65 acres more. There are six girls and one boy in the family. The daughter Alice is a nurse at 1 the Midway hospital, St. Paul, and Hannah and Esther are working in private homes there. Anna does the housework at homeland Agnesi teaches the home school. Hattie was graduated this spring. Mrs. [David Friets, near Lakota, Is an- I other daughter. Reuben does most of the farm work, though the girls, who milk and do the chores, remarked that they enjoyed that kind of work. The Olsons have lived in the Bancroft neighborhood 40 years, and Mr. Olson, who has owned four different farms there, lived at Bancroft nine years and was assessor for a number of years. He has not been well of late. The girls are milking 18 cows, and Reuben has 95 spring pigs. • • * • William Goche, who lives at the southeast edge of Bancroft, remarked when we called last week Tuesday, that this was his 40th crop year and he did not remember Wagner ana uvns. vyuiraiu «»a.6n<p», crop year aiiu ue uiu iiu* i«jm«.«««»«" Mallard, were.last week Wednesday e ver seeing corn looking better at i _ »i „ J. mffMn Y.llfV _»»•_ J-l — e •.*«** » vt nv* fl J-VAC \\a VPw afternoon visitors at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's. Viola Mueller, Whittemore, spent Sunday with Marcella Thill at Adolph Fuhrman's. A number from here attended a birthday party Sunday evening at this time of year, nor does he re- remember ever having seen oats so short as this year's. He hoped the weather might turn cool, which would help the" oats. He owns 560 acres of land. His sons Leo N. and Arthur J. are married-, and each Dlr wllll A> UCll ^J Ufc*"****^ *-•— f I ^i* V«*W* »»• *"•— —- — - r Joseph Schaller's, near West Bend,, ii ves on a 160-acre farm owned by Saturday iBerens Her sisters 1 Francis met her at Fort (Dodge. is employed in an insurance 4! Ui3CiJ*i >jv-»»»"--i*"~ i • in honor of Florence Schaller, who celebrated her 18th birthday. Father Francis -Illg, Granville, accompanied by Fred Illg, St. Joe, drove to Currie, Minn., early last week to visit relatives, returning Thursday, and Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Roney Thilges, Currie, came with them to visit rela- The Henry Wolfes, West Bend, spent Sunday afternoon at John Thul's. The Theodore .Besc.h family, Whittemore, were at Adam Kramar's. . The Rev. George Theobald is entertaining his father, John Theobald, Sioux City, and this week.they re^«,» E ««• «"*%!J'K' nulU. oiuuA ^iwji ****** *•• •** •• ---- , are fishing in northern Minnesota. The Peter Weyderts, of Whittemore, spent Sunday evening at Matt Dad and rents 80 acres more. Mr. Goche also rents some land, which the sons Edward and Walter farm mostly. Dad just looks after things, he claims. iMrs. Goche has her daughter Victory at home. There are just the four boys and one irl in the family. They milk 15 ows and have 150 spring pigs'with 2 sows yet to farrow. They keep oan .Durham cattle, and are feeing 27 head of baby beeves, which hey plan to ship to Chicago goon. At that time they will attend the| vorld's fair. • •».». , , The well known Hamilton Hatchery, a »n»e west and a mile south ] Kayser, accompanied by his nieces, Gertrude and Adeline Illg drove to Owatonna and I Claremont last week Tuesday to visi IARGA1NS POStS . w .v r .^.r^ ( stanchions _>_,^;|1,»8 *ry, a uiiJAo *» vww «-.— — — of Bancroft, is a ]jusy place. There are two Smith incubators, one installed this spring. These Incuba-] PAY 25c PER DAY AND OWN A Coronado Refrigerator FREE from the savings it makes in ice | and:food-*79.50 and up. — Stores. vanized walk gate r !8*75 ft. drive gate __^ visited from gte . r famous hog ininerftl, >w 100 Ibs. __.„:,,.,,.»*,?& pFORDLUMBERCO. ^y *56 Jim Pool, Mgr. INSURANCE 0 ,Sd? i «t?!£r' > *w Benedict, daughter Mlnn ^ e ' t ° Toe B is'becker's spent last we* at Joe ^1° ke Mr. Youngman and w- * e old friends. . cWldrel lormer patrons. W$ sr a "* in to provide ifl,8urftnce ' to nil its broucb&s IT; rs- cotnpaniea , at reaaouatie - • «-', . l!',P.^«W - fffM 1* V*T*?*''*W^ ; ~- r; ' See us now about refinancing your present mortgage or one that has been foreclosed. Prompt and Courteous Service Bettering. Bill Goclie, urday- Phone 199 H. D. CLAPSADDLE ... Local Firm Named by Goodrich to Sell their New LIFE-SAVING TIRE... rr»HE B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company has appointed 1 us dealers for the new Goodrich Safety Sifrertowaj Tire. This is the tire with the Life-Saver Golden Ply.! the remarkable Goodrich invention *hat prevents blowouts. In our opinion this new blowout-preventing tfre Is flM biggest contribution to motoring safety since the Introduction of the balloon tire. ' Th» Goodrteh CanUte, AA Ouillty •t the pclc* ol :.'b«c- ftclo-buUU". Meeti Today'* Demand* It to a nio«t timely development, cominft M It docs at a time when tmootb, banked highways and hlfth speed motors place a t«f- Ti«c strain on tires and make the hazard of blow-outs infinitely treater. Today's high speeds—«, 5t^ « and 7» miles an hour generate terrific heat inside your tires. This heat causes rubber and fabric to separate. A blister starts... and grows ... blftfter and bitter —until BANG —a blow-out! And what happens then isn't pleasant to think about. ate. Thus blisters don 1 ! form inside the tire. Blow-outs ara prevented by overcoming thefr CAUSE. 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